[I'm no programmer, nor packager]
kdenlive & kde3-kenlive for 11.4 & 12.1 require (lib)melt5. Packman
(Essentials) apparently only provides (lib)melt6, though these apps purport
to be available for these "unsupported" releases. What's required to enable
kdenlive installation, getting Packman to rebuild for melt6? Install melt6
first, then force "breakage"?
It seems like any time I have a Packman problem, switching to some other
Packman mirror than the one configured solves the problem. Which is the
master for Packman, http://packman.links2linux.org/?
Isn't there some way
using Packman like openSUSE has with mirrorbrain to find whatever mirror does
have a needed package?
kde3-enlive installs to 12.2 with mlt6, but won't start because it cannot
find the mlt5 installation configuration, loops looking for it, and cannot be
exited, only killed.
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words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)
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