[packman] Unresolved dependencies in the suse 9.2 packman repository
detlef at die-mafia.de
Sun Nov 12 22:14:26 CET 2006
Am Sonntag, 12. November 2006 18:17 schrieb Manfred Tremmel:
> Am Sonntag, 12. November 2006 14:24 schrieb Andrew Halliwell:
> > There seem to be a LOT of things in there with dependencies that are
> > "not available" in the SuSE 9.2 repository...
> Are you sure, you are using is the Packman Repository for SUSE 9.2?
> > Just as a few examples....
> > Package Dependencies
> > Summary
> > Package/LibraryKind of DependencyAdditional Information
> > perl-Gtk2 is required by... (perl-Gtk2 is not available
> > gocr is required by... (gocr is not available)
> > dvdshrink requires...
> > The required libraries or packages are not installed.
> > Name Summary
> > perl-Glib
> > perl-Gtk2
> > gocr
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> > There are many more like this. Transcode requires "libpvm3.so.0" for
> > example And a lot of things require transcode.
> > Video-DVDrip requires perl-Gtk2
> Thrat's wrong, the Packman package Video-DVDrip doesn't require
> perl-Gtk2, it depends on perl-Gtk-Perl (which is part of the SUSE DVD).
> The new package dvdrip requires perl-Gtk2, and that's the reason, why
> there are only SUSE >= 9.3 packages.
> > lxdvdrip requires pvm
> pvm-3.4.4-611.1.i586.rpm is part of the SUSE 9.2 DVD and can be also
> found on the SUSE-Mirrors, e.g.
> > mpd requires libshout
> This seems to be realy a bug, libshout is only available for SUSE >=
> 9.3. Konstantin, Toni, could you take a look on it, please?
> > vlc requires slang-devel and ffmpeg0-devel
> slang-devel is part of the DVD, I can't find a ffmpeg0-devel dependency,
> I can only see libffmpeg0 (>= 0.4.9), and that's available on our site.
> > of course, vlc-mozilla-plugin requires vlc
> That's clear, isn't it?
> > xml-tv requires perl-HTML-Tree
> perl-HTML-Tree-3.18-55.i586.rpm is part of the DVD.
> > vamps requires libdvdcss (although, I heard that's no longer supplies
> > anyway)
> That should be removed. We shouldn't have any dependency on libdvdcss
> and there is no program that doesn't work without libdvdcss. Detlef,
> whats going on there?
Ok, rebuild it without "Require: libdvdcss"
> We are not allowed to provide the libdvdcss, for more infos, take a
> lookt at http://packman.links2linux.de/package/libdvdcss2
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