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Re: [SLE] problems getting MPlayer installed and running
  • From: Patrick Shanahan <ptilopteri@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2005 23:04:47 -0500
  • Message-id: <20050207040447.GS7806@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
* Michael James <Michael.James@xxxxxxxx> [02-06-05 22:49]:
> On Sun, 6 Feb 2005 08:56 am, Carl E. Hartung wrote:
> > liblzo.so.1 is provided by SuSE package "lzo" (install via YaST/rpm)
> > This /isn't/ mentioned on packman's site as a "dependency"
> > <prerequisite,> but whenever rpm complains about a missing dependency
> > the first place you should look to fill it is your distribution.
> >
> > libmp3lame.so.0 is provided by packman's lame-3.96.1-pm.1.x86_64.rpm
> > This /is/ listed as a dependency on packman's site.
>
> These x86_64 packages broke it for me.
> They depend, naturally enough, on 64 bit versions of libc etc.
> And, as you'd expect, my 32 bit i686 install doesn't have them.
> Why did packman put me onto 64 gauge rails,
> and more important, how do I get off them?

so, not using x64 system, you would *not* install x64 packages. You
can probably find lame-3.96.1-1suse92.rpm to satisfy the dependencies.

You need to think about your situation. You would not install an os2
package or a (pardon me) windoz package on your x32 linux system and
expect it to work....
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