Cannot install on Redhat 7.3 ??

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2002-05-10
2002-08-27
  • Uffe Callesen

    Uffe Callesen - 2002-05-10

    Hey I'm a Windoze guru - who's seen the light :)

    I'm trying to install kxicq on my fresh Redhat 7.3 installation. When draging the rpm onto the Kpackage application and choosing install. I get an error.. Is there any way to install it manually. I'm very 'green' when it comes to linux - so detail plz !

     
    • Uffe Callesen

      Uffe Callesen - 2002-05-10

      OK I tried using the rpm command - but no luck there's some issues with the dependencies it seems - the print out below is in Danish (sorry) but you'll probably get the picture.

      [root@FTPserver Downloads]# rpm -i -v kxicq-03132000-1.i386.rpm
      fejl: afhngighedskrav, der ikke kunne imdekommes:
              libjscript.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libkdecore.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libkdeui.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libkfile.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libkfm.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libkhtmlw.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libkimgio.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libmediatool.so.2 krves af kxicq-03132000-1
              libqt.so.1 krves af kxicq-03132000-1

       
    • Jacques Petit

      Jacques Petit - 2002-06-04

      KDE 3
      To compile KXicq2 under KDE3 you have to do the following things:

      -Download the latest CVS
      -replace the admin dir with a version from lets say kdebase from the kde3 source distribution
      -change $(LIB_KFILE)\ to $(LIB_KIO)\ in kxicq/Makefile.am
      -continue the rest of the compilation process

      From website :-)

       
    • Paulo Dieguez

      Paulo Dieguez - 2002-08-27

      can you explain how to do that in details?
      i've found nothing of that stuff on makefile.am..
      and also i didn't understand the second step

      c'ya
      Paulo

       

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