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Jan
17
asked How to enable force feedback in kernel 2.6.34 - 64 bit?
Sep
7
awarded  Critic
Sep
7
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
29
revised wget -c website's certificate verification
added trials.
Aug
29
comment wget -c website's certificate verification
@tuxce What's the solution now?
Aug
29
comment How to wget Youtube horrible URL
@laebshade Very helpful explanation. :)
Aug
29
asked wget -c website's certificate verification
Aug
18
comment How to figure out the exact package name of a `.so` file, so that it can be installed through `zypper`?
:) I realized, libqtnmedia is a part of QtitanMultimedia component and is already present in its zip file.
Aug
11
awarded  Editor
Aug
11
revised How to figure out the exact package name of a `.so` file, so that it can be installed through `zypper`?
edited title
Aug
11
accepted “This is a 32 bit computer, you can't use 64 bit software on it”
Aug
10
accepted How to figure out the exact package name of a `.so` file, so that it can be installed through `zypper`?
Aug
10
comment How to figure out the exact package name of a `.so` file, so that it can be installed through `zypper`?
That was enlightening, thanks. But the output I received is No providers of 'libqtnmedia.so.2' found. does this mean that Suse's repository has NO support for this .so?
Aug
10
asked How to figure out the exact package name of a `.so` file, so that it can be installed through `zypper`?
Aug
10
comment How to find whether a software (which may `not` be in the PATH) is pre-installed or not?
Thanks, that's correct, I should have use the package manager, too, to figure out whether qmake is installed or not.
Aug
10
awarded  Commentator
Aug
10
comment How to find whether a software (which may `not` be in the PATH) is pre-installed or not?
Thanks faif, it was helpful.
Aug
10
comment How to find whether a software (which may `not` be in the PATH) is pre-installed or not?
Thanks @nico, I did: cnf qmake which resulted in The program 'qmake' can be found in following packages: * libqt4-devel [ path: /usr/bin/qmake, repository: zypp (openSUSE-11.3 11.3-1.82) ] * libqt4-devel [ path: /usr/bin/qmake, repository: zypp (repo-oss) ] * libqt4-devel [ path: /usr/bin/qmake, repository: zypp (Updates for openSUSE 11.3 11.3-1.82) ] Try installing with: sudo zypper install libqt4-devel
Aug
10
comment How to find whether a software (which may `not` be in the PATH) is pre-installed or not?
@tuxce Thank you.
Aug
10
comment How can I get distribution name and version number in a simple shell script?
Works on OpenSUSE and andLinux.