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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: A real newbie
From: Craig Terhune <craigter@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 17:49:37 -0500
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On Wed, 29 Sep 1999, you wrote:
Somewhere on the CD's you will find the files needed. I know because I found
them once. I don't know if RH has it but Suse when you install things it
will auto install all prog. to fulfil the dependencies. Cool !!! It sure
makes things easier on the brain.   
> On Tue, 28 Sep 1999,
Bruce Bales wrote: >  > > After 2 months away, I am trying Linux again.  Red
Hat 5.2.  Installed > > as well as I could following RH install book.  df gives
me: / is 100 mb, > > /boot is 30 mb, /home is 100mb, /usr is 1.29 gb.
> > Each time I restart, /var/log/messages records "cannot find map file,"
> > and "no module symbols loaded."  Is that bad?
> Well, if you don't have any modules that you need, no.  But what it's
> telling you is that it tried and failed to load the file
> from where you specified it in /etc/lilo.conf.
> > Tried to RPM gimp.  rpm -ivh gimp-1.0.1-2.i386.rpm
> >     Get: "failed dependencies:
> >         gib-libgimp=1.0.1 is needed by gimp
> > is needed by gimp
> > is needed by gimp
> > is needed by gimp
> > 
> > I can't find the last three on the CDRom anywhere and if I found them, I
> > wouldn't know what to do with them.
> You could go to redhat (or a mirror)'s ftp site and get them.  They
> may be on the 2nd CD (I don't know, as I've never used Da Gimp).
> In any case, once you find them 'rpm -Uvh' them.
> It's also possible that some of those libraries are included
> in one or more "gimp library" rpms.  You can do 'rpm -qpl file.rpm' to
> see what files it provides, so ...
> rpm -qipl /mnt/cdrom/blah/blah/gimp*.rpm | grep
> would get you started
> -jeff
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