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How to Resolve a .so Dependency

I have a package (.rpm) on CentOS 6.5 that requires a .so file, which I also have on my machine. When I attempt to install the package I get an error stating unresolved dependencies regarding the .so ...
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Bundling of dependencies with shell scripts

Shell scripts often have to depend on tools that may not be installed on the users' computer. To circumvent this problem, many scripts have multiple fallbacks. IMO doing such things only leads to ...
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Mac Firebreath plugin port to Linux (dependencies)

I have Firebreath plugin for Mac that I need to port to Linux. I am trying to find the replacement dependencies for the Linux version. Here is the dependencies I have in my cmake for Mac: ...
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listing package dependents

I stupidly did "yum remove python" which also ended up removing all the packages that required python as well. Luckily, I have access to another Linux machine that is a near clone of this machine, ...
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Install CUDA 6.0 on Debian 7 via package manager

I am following the official installation guide for Ubuntu. I first installed the cuda-repo package (cuda-repo-ubuntu1304_6.0-37_amd64.deb), which adds the NVIDIA repository to apt. Then it gives when ...
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What Is The Difference Between A Recursive Dependency Check And A Reverse Dependency Check?

My understanding of software dependencies is that a program package may require other packages to be installed, termed dependencies. A tree-like result ensues. Sometimes packages share common ...
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How to remove unmet dependecies Debian 7 Wheezy

I'm trying to install different packages but it's showing unmet dependencies in most of them even after sudo apt-get -f install. Below is my /etc/apt/sources.list file: # # deb-src cdrom:[Debian ...
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dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of initramfs-tools

I started an upgrade of my Kubuntu 12.04 system with this command, as usual: sudo apt-get --show-upgraded dist-upgrade I came back later and it had failed: Preconfiguring packages ... (Reading ...
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Installing SASM Integrated Development Invironment for assemby, dependency problems

How do I resolve these dependency issues? I want to install a IDE for assembly in my Fedora 20, but it's not working. Here is the package I'm trying to install: package site Here is the output from ...
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Encrypt hook in mkinitcpio.conf for full system encryption USB drive Arch install

I have installed Arch Linux on a USB drive with full system encryption using LUKS. The Arch wiki as usual walked me through almost everything. The only issue I ran into was using setting up the hooks ...
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Installing dependencies as a non root user [duplicate]

Can anyone please tell what are the steps to installing libxml2 on a server without root privileges? In a manner so it can be seen by other packages? I have installed it but do not know what is the ...
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Manage local package repository

I just installed a fresh Waldorf (Crunchbang, Debian Wheezy-based) on a computer which has no Internet access. Previously on a Xubuntu 10.04 VM, what I did when I needed some software was: go to ...
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How to force `dpkg` to install dependencies [closed]

I would like to install .deb file via dpkg in Arch Linux. This .deb file needs many dependencies. I don't want to install dependencies by hand. How do I force dpkg to install dependencies?
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How to combine deb dependencies into main package?

I want to include deb-dependencies with main deb-package. Consider 1 deb package which have 19 deb dependencies, so I have to install all packages by dpkg -i *.deb. If all 19 dependencies can be ...
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Editing Spec file in RPM

I'm trying to edit a spec file which always fails when I try to install it on other computer using RPM. I'm using CentOS. Here is the error. error: Failed dependencies: perl(ActsUtil) is needed by ...
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How to resolve broken packages when upgrading: from Ubuntu 13.10 to 14.04

I am having an issues upgrading to 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) from 13.10 (Saucy Salamander), where I get a message Could not calculate the upgrade, and I believe it is due to my unofficial software packages. ...
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How do you compile dependencies manually? Cygwin [closed]

I installed cygwin on windows and the setup.exe doesnt include all the dependencies. in the folder however, there are many dependencies that arent included in the setup.exe. when i type in a ...
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Issue while we install EPEL Packages on CentOS 6

I Just try to install system requirements of http://magento.com/resources/system-requirements , But facing the issues below attached the same. For my every install EPEL package, there was a issue of ...
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How to decide what to mention in .spec file 'Requires: ' filed

I am new in building rpm package.For Creating RPM for my binary I have following dependancies: [tejas@target]$ ldd exe linux-vdso.so.1 => (0x00007fff85bff000) libQtWebKit.so.4 => ...
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Linux dependencies between packages

I have following error: You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these: The following packages have unmet dependencies: linux-kernel-generic : Depends: linux-image-3.11.0-12-generic but ...
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How to tell package manager that dependencies are already installed?

I'm running Arch Linux, and I have texlive 2013 installed from CTAN, not from repositories. Now when I try to install lilypond via pacman, it wants texlive-bin-2013.30973-7 and ...
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What is the equivalent to yum-versionlock for ubuntu?

I need to install r-base 3.0.2 because a needed library isn't compatible with 3.0.3 yet (the latest). I can install the older version of R like so: sudo apt-get install r-base=3.0.2-1precise0 ...
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Unable to install erlang

I am trying to install Erlang for RabbitMQ on CentOS release 6.4 (Final) yum install -y erlang It gives me the following error : Error: Package: erlang-R12B-5.12.el5.rf.x86_64 (rpmforge) ...
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Find FreeBSD ports that depend on another port

I have a headless FreeBSD server where some port has installed tons of X11-related packages. I would like to find out what these ports are so I can get rid of the unwanted X-related packages. Is there ...
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How to avoid emerge recalculating dependencies after adding required keywords/uses?

While emerge --autounmask-writes followed by a etc-update basically automates adding additional keywords and use flags, running emerge afterwards (without any other modifications) will again calculate ...
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Broken libglib on debian 6

So, some time ago I wanted to update mpd from 1.5 to 1.6 which required a newer version of libglib( >= 2.31.8) on amd64, so I compiled them from source as I was on debian oldstable and couldn't find ...
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Installation problem with python-software-properties

I need to install the last version of node.js but my system has in repository older version. I need to add new ppa source. I followed this tutorial Question - when I install ...
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How can the output of ldd be checked to see of they exist on a different system or not? [duplicate]

Running ldd on an executable gives the output displayed below. How can the output be parsed for the library names in the first column and their existence tested on another computer, giving output ...
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Is there a way to determine what packages or libraries should be loaded to support an executable?

There is an executable I want to install on a computer that I can't recompile that wasn't built as a package, and I want to download the libraries it requires to run them. Below is part of the output ...
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How can I know if a virtual package is “installed” on a Debian system?

Some packages, have a Provides: header. For example, the package postfix on Debian Wheezy has Provides: mail-transport-agent. The package mail-transport-agent which doesn't exist physically is ...
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Issues with Skype, ia32-libs and Qt apps in elementaryOS

I just installed elementaryOS Luna. After updating my system, drivers etc. I added the Canonical Partners and installed skype immediatly. This worked just fine, but when I wanted to install apps such ...
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Aptitude doesn't remove automatically installed packages

It seems aptitude doesn't remove automatically installed packages that are not depended on if these packages are suggested by any other (manually installed) ones. root@host:/# aptitude install ...
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How do I disable and re-enable Java whenever I want?

For me Java is just a security threat. Not many legitimate Linux apps use Java. However there is an abundance in Java malware and malicious remote administration tools like Jrat among others. But one ...
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Debian: An MTA just to solve dependencies, not because I really need one

It has bothered me for years that with every new Debian installation, a full MTA (Mail Transport Agent) was installed even if I had no desire to use the machine as a mail server. The MTA was necessary ...
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Can I figure out why port X is a dependency of port Y?

Is there an easy way to figure out why, when I'm trying to install a certain port in FreeBSD, some other certain port is listed as a dependency? Specifically, I'm trying to install the Webalizer port ...
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Unable to install SciPy

I need to use the module skimage, which calls the module SciPy (I need to find contours) import numpy from sys import argv from PIL import Image from skimage import measure # Inicialization ...
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How to differ between build-dependencies and usage-dependencies?

Some dependencies of packages are only required for compilation, while others are required for actual usage. As an example, I happen to know net-misc/unison does require dev-lang/ocaml only for ...
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How do you know what development packages to install before compiling a program from source? [duplicate]

An example for Python: What are the packages/libraries I should install before compiling Python from source? At this point, the only way I know is to ./configure and wait for it to stop at errors, ...
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How to install a custom boost version in CentOS?

I'm trying to compile and install boost 1.54 from source in CentOS. The documentation is pretty straight forward and there are plenty of tutorials in the internet available (1) (2) (3). This is what ...
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Is there a distribution-independent tool to autocompile+install dependencies?

I like the way e.g. ArchLinux' yaourt (or if you're not that lazy, abs+makepkg; and from what I read so far, Gentoo's ebuild as well) automatically take care of obtaining, compiling and installing ...
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How can i fix the following gmp library dependency error while trying to install Charm?

I am trying to install Charm crypto python framework in ubuntu 11.04 with python 2.7. Requirements say that i should have gmp installed 5.*. I have successfully installed gmp lib and i have run all ...
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RPM: failed jre dependency, even though that JRE version is installed

I am trying to install a package, and it fails reporting a missing dependency: # rpm -ivh * error: Failed dependencies: jre >= 1.7.0 is needed by Tomcat-7.0.37-1.noarch At the same time, ...
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Does Debian have any kind of virtual environment for make install?

If someone used a Python virtualenv he knows we can run scripts in its own environment installing all necessary libraries which won't impact main python distribution. Do we have something similar in ...
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Pruning the package tree with apt-get and yum

I love the Macports and Arch package managers, because I can generate a listing of all of the packages that I have manually installed, and "prune" the package tree every once in a while to keep my ...
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I just want to install a package! [closed]

I spent a few hours trying to install a package and didn't succeed; it seems like that just happens sometimes in a Linux environment. Background: The package I want to install is available as 1) a ...
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Resolve dependencies installing rpm packages

I am using RHEL6 Hi i have created the yum repository, i downloaded the snort rpm package from their website when i tried to install the rpm its thorws error e.g. snort-2.9.5.3-1.f18.i386.rpm ...
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How to write software to compile with external libraries?

I want to code open source software with dependencies. I have skills in C/C++ and a minimum makefile knowledge. But im curious about coding this like ./configure && make stuff and how to ...
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Troubles with unresolved dependencies on Debian 6 Sqeeze

I'm working with a VirtualBox 4.2.14 VM and Debian 6 Sqeeze as guest system and trying to (re-)install Nginx, but it's not working: root@devmv:~# apt-get install nginx Reading package lists... Done ...
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What is the equivalent of apt-file in portage, if any? [duplicate]

Hunting for dependencies when compiling software from the scratch is practically unavoidable. In Debian-based Linux distributions which use the apt-get utility to manage packages, there is also a nice ...
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How to find which package provides a file?

For example, I can't install package qcad because of error: "can't find qdict.h". How can I find the package which provides the file qdict.h so I can install the package qcad?