On Saturday 26 April 2008 12:09:14 pm , master fired up the etch-a-sketch and
> My son just loves this, but we had to get a new computer. I don't know much
> about linux so I can't figure out how to get this to work. I installed the
> file and whenever I click "Install" from Software Installer it says,
> "Dependency Resolution Failed Unresolved dependencies:
> There are no installable providers of tuxpaint
> Marking this resolution attempt as invalid."
> How do i get it to work?
Fire up YaST > Software Management.
Type tuxpaint in the search box and install.
Now, for some reason, SUSE doesn't include the stamps. That's not an issue.
You can get the rpm here...
...if you open it with Konqueror (or whatever is used in GNOME) then you
should simply be able to click on the linky thingy and install using YaST.
If not, you could always download each one then install from the command line
by typing - for example -
xwing:/home/kai/downloads # rpm -i
Note to tuxpaint guys: I get the following warning installing...
warning: group toyama does not exist - using root
http://www.filesite.org || http://www.4thedadz.com || http://www.perfectreign.com
remember - a turn signal is a statement, not a request
From: Bill Kendrick <nbs@so...> - 2008-04-28 06:21:46
On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 02:28:52PM -0700, Kai Ponte wrote:
> Note to tuxpaint guys: I get the following warning installing...
> warning: group toyama does not exist - using root
Thanks, I've alerted Shin-Ichi Toyama, who does the RPM packages for me. ;)