In my continual search for a way to best integrate openSUSE with the
Novell environment here at work, I have tried to install the currently
available Novell Client for Linux (novell-client-2.0-suse10.2-i386.iso)
on openSUSE11.1. Granted this is for openSUSE 10.2, but I had to try. Of
course, it does not work. Seems it (more specifically,
novell-xtire-base) is looking for libbfd-184.108.40.206.5.so, which is surely
a part of 10.2 (from the binutils package). I will try to dig this up to
satisfy the requirement, but I can guess where this is heading...
I know I keep asking, but anyone hear the official position of Novell on
this point? Last time through I got many opinions from the list, mainly
saying to use SUSE Linux instead. Point taken. Action not taken. Search
for solution continues...
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