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Friday, September 26th 2003, 5:06pm

problem with rpm

I downloaded aKtion from internet in RPM format.
Then in the console i wrote rpm -i aKtion-0_4_1_1-i386.rpm
But there was errors.
libkdecore.so.2 was not found
libkdeui.s0.2 was not found
libkfile.so.2 was not found
libqt.so.1 was not found.
Whati can i do to solve this probleme.
I have Linux Red Hat 9.0

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Friday, September 26th 2003, 5:56pm

Re: problem with rpm

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Original von Konceptor

I downloaded aKtion from internet in RPM format.
Then in the console i wrote rpm -i aKtion-0_4_1_1-i386.rpm
But there was errors.
libkdecore.so.2 was not found
libkdeui.s0.2 was not found
libkfile.so.2 was not found
libqt.so.1 was not found.
Whati can i do to solve this probleme.
I have Linux Red Hat 9.0

Why do you want to use aKtion? It seems to be dead.

I'd try noatun or kaboodle which are part of KDE,
or kmplayer or kplayer (haven't used the latter myself yet).

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Friday, September 26th 2003, 6:51pm

Try http://at.rpmfind.net/opsys/linux/RPM/index.html and type in one of those file names. You'll get a list of dep RPM's that have those files included. However ~ In my experience this can be kind of dangerous, since some of the packages you'll download conflict with other XFree packages already installed on your system. I found out the hard way that forcing these installs is not hot, and Redhat didn't agree. Neither did Mandrake, Gentoo, or Debian.

Anyhew ~ I agree with CMBofH. Go with Noatun.