On Tuesday 15 November 2005 17:55, Peter Czanik wrote:
Peter Czanik wrote:
I wanted to install todays (Sunday) openSUSE
factory on my PPC machine
(a Pegasos2), but I ran into troubles with package selection. Rough
translation from Hungarian on the YaST summary screen: "package
selection trouble must be manually resolved". So I choose "packages"
to solve the problem. Half of the world was waiting to be deselected,
as there is a missing dependency: libGL.so.1 (or so, I rebooted to a
working openSUSE 10.0 installation...) was missing.
I don't know, if it's intentional, but Mesa packages (which contain
ligGL.so.1) are available only for 64 bit platforms:
# find . -iname '*mesa*'
Is there a specific reason not to include them for 32 bit platforms? The
lack of this package makes most of openSUSE uninstallable. Bye,
It is available also in i586 now.
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