I am trying to install ipe with yum, but getting:
--> Processing Dependency: libQtCore.so.4 for package: ipe
--> Processing Dependency: libQtGui.so.4 for package: ipe
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Error: Missing Dependency: libQtCore.so.4 is needed by package ipe
Error: Missing Dependency: libQtGui.so.4 is needed by package ipe
Any ideas to go further?
Thanks in advance,
I have a few kernel drivers that I like to install that are not
included in the kernel itself but have rpms or src.rpms available from
Livna (ntfs, nvidia, etc) . These of course have to be rebuilt or
reinstalled for a new kernel. Sometimes I update my kernel before
Livna gets the rpms rebuilt, so it can be easier to just rebuild the
src.rpm. However, it would be really convenient to be able to rebuild
the src.rpms before rebooting to the new kernel, so everything just
So, now to my question: is it possible to rebuild a kernel driver
src.rpm for a non-running kernel? Is there a standard way to do it?
I tried doing this with the nvidia driver for FC5T3 once with very
poor results. I had to go hack into the spec file to change the way
it got the kernel version (it used some self-contained script to get
the kernel version (or versions)). Not at all an ideal way to do it.
It would be really nice to just pass in a KVER=2.6.16-1.2069_FC4 or
something with the rpmbuild --rebuild command.
I have FC5 fully updated and Amarok 1.4-beta2 (i'm puzzled by this) and
everytime i play a stream it crashes. Is anyone else experiencing this ?
Another question I have is why is 1.4-beta 2 in the repo's shouldn't it be a
more stable version ? Thanks
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I have a working FC3 system with two nic's. Eth0 is an intel nic and eth1
is a tulip nic. This is the way they are recognized in FC3.
In FC5 they come up reversed. I would like to set them the same as FC3.
Where do I make this change?
I am trying to perform a clean install of FC5 from the DVD ISO but I
seem to be having some weird issues. Every time I try to run the
installer (both in text and graphical mode) my system locks up
completely. It always happens when the installer is actually installing
the RPMs and it is always on different packages. Just wondering if
anyone else has experienced this problem. Also tried doing a network
install but the same issue occurs.
Web Developer / System Admin
James Wilkinson wrote:
>> The easiest way to check swap is to run free (from a command prompt).
>> $ free
>> total used free shared buffers cached
>> Mem: 1025568 1012780 12788 0 74376 616300
>> -/+ buffers/cache: 322104 703464
>> Swap: 2024108 196 2023912
>> saying I have 2 GB of swap, of which 196K is used.
Yes, that helps. Free reports:
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 256212 58400 197812 0 1912 28416
-/+ buffers/cache: 28072 228140
Swap: 524280 87600 436680
So it does look like I have swap turned on. Some further testing
indicates that the removal of old kernel-devel packages (15 of them) is
at least part of the problem. I tried running:
$ package-cleanup --oldkernels
from yum-utils. That resulted in the same error as did my big yum
update (which was "memory alloc (4 bytes) returned NULL"). So I tried:
$ yum remove kernel-devel-2.6.12-*_FC4
Figuring that 15 was too many to remove at once so just remove these 5.
Same error. In fact, attempting to remove just one kernel-devel package
resulted in this error. Is there another way to remove them that may
Up until recently I have been able to use Konqueror to preview all sorts
of files, including video. However since upgrading to FC4 I can no
longer do this. Video previewing seems to have been totally removed
from Konqueror altogether (though it still works fine on my Debian box).
Normally one can just go to the View and select Preview->Video, but the
Video menu item is no longer there. It has Sound Files, Images, Text
Files, Font Files, Electronic Business Card Files (?!), but no mention
I have read about other people having this problem and re-installing
kdemultimedia or kdemultimedia-extras fixing it for them, but no such
luck in my case. I have installed and re-installed mplayer, xine,
kaffeine, kmplayer, kaboodle, noatun, et al ad nauseum with no effect.
What can one do to get video previews back?
Sorry I posted this under a wrong header, I post it again.
I just installed FC5. No problems but for graphical mode screen.
I have an ATI Fire GL V5100 card, and an HP 2335 23" screen.
I cannot set in any way the correct resolution (1920x1200).
I had to install in text mode, that worked: after that the computer
will start in runmode 3, and changing the resolution has no effect
(even at something lower than 1920x1200: it always stays, I believe, to
the lowest resolution).
Help and hints would be very appreciated...
ps manually changing the xorg config file to only leave the 1920x1200
line did not have any effect.
pps I have used yum to install the new kernel (and all packets
available at today), and nothing changes.