On Thu, 2006-11-30 at 21:02 +0100, Anders Johansson wrote:
On Thursday 30 November 2006 20:57, Roger Oberholtzer
# rpm -qa | grep compiz
# rpm -qf /usr/bin/gtk-window-decorator
error: file /usr/bin/gtk-window-decorator: No such file or directory
So, is this a new requirement? Seems I did not have this ever, and all
KDE 3.5 updates previous to the one I did on Sunday worked OK. Did the
KDE upgrade add this as a new requirement? Without making a dependency
for the package that contains the program?
I guess I need to decide if I dare upgrade to Beryl and hope it
satisfies the dependencies.
gnome-window-decorator has always been a requirement if you wanted to have
window decorations in compiz (and it is a bit difficult to use without them)
You are using a cvs version of compiz, built by someone in the community, I
have no idea whom. This person uses the build service to build the rpms, but
that hardly means they are official builds
If you want a stable environment you really shouldn't update as much.
Especially not to CVS versions
This machine I am updating is sort of a play thing. I do not rely on it
working at all times. I mainly use it to track the builds.
Frequency of updates is not really the whole issue. I could update once
a year. If I just happened to get a bad build that time, I am just as
screwed as if I updated all along and hit that bad build. Builds do not
by their nature come with a quality rating.
I am not complaining about anything. I am happy with the build service!
But when something goes wrong, I do try to sort it out.
Having said all this, the latest version of compiz-quinncvs has
I wonder why smart is not selecting to update this. It is in my list of
things to update. Something to check this evening. Thanks for the tip.
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