I am not a SUSE user , but I suggest you use YAST to install Tux Paint.
All you have to do is just searching "Tux Paint" in YAST,and then confirm to install (use your admin).It is autoinstall.
And of course you could download Tux Paint through this link:
then run the console, type the code "rpm -Uvh tuxpaint-0.9.15b-14.i586.rpm" in your console.
Enjoy your Tux Paint :-)
On 4/26/08, master88999 <sam13561@live.com> wrote:

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?
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