I'm trying to install the Nice DCV 2023 Client such that I can remote into my remote workstation. Several installers are available, for distros like Ret Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu, but not for Fedora.
Nevertheless, I expected that I could install the .rpm (RedHat) version, as that used to work for previous Fedora editions. I downloaded the Rat Hat 9, CentOS9, Rocky Linux 9 (x86_64) edition and installed it using:
[user@device] sudo dnf install 'nice-dcv-viewer-el9.x86_64.rpm' Laatste metadata-expiratie-check: 0:11:14 geleden op wo 13 sep 2023 09:20:46 CEST. Fout: Probleem: tegenstrijdige verzoeken - nothing provides libicuuc.so.67()(64bit) needed by nice-dcv-viewer-2023.0.5629-1.el9.x86_64 from @commandline (probeer '--skip-broken' toe te voegen om niet-installeerbare pakketten over te slaan)
which through an exception which I'm not familiar with, I'll translate it to English:
[user@device] sudo dnf install 'nice-dcv-viewer-el9.x86_64.rpm' lLast metadata-expiratie-check: 0:11:14 past on wen 13 sep 2023 09:20:46 CEST. Error: Problem: conflicting requests - nothing provides libicuuc.so.67()(64bit) needed by nice-dcv-viewer-2023.0.5629-1.el9.x86_64 from @commandline (try to add '--skip-broken' to skip uninstallable packages)
I think that it means that dnf has no way to install the prerequisite
libicuuc.so of version 67.
I did try the other installers, hoping that one of them either ships with the prerequisite or does not require it altogether, but no luck.
Does anyone know how to obtain the prerequisite or how to avoid it and successfully install the DCV viewer?