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Thread: Libxine package conflict (suse 11.0 & KDE4.1.1)

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    Default Libxine package conflict (suse 11.0 & KDE4.1.1)

    Trying to update from packman. I get the following notification which I do not understand. I have searched this forum and google and cannot find it mentioned. Here is the message:

    libxine1-1.1.15-0.pm.1.i686 obsoletes xine-lib provided by xine-lib-1.1.15-4.1.i586

    Conflict Resolution:

    x - downgrade xine-lib to libxine1 (see above)

    x - do not install libxine1 (see above)
    Either choice produces further conflicts. Any suggestions.

    Version information in title. No other major problems. I do updates from OSS, NON-OSS for Suse releases and Factory for KDE. Seems to run pretty smoothly except I would like to get these 50 or so updates from packman.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Libxine package conflict (suse 11.0 & KDE4.1.1)

    Yea, I had that problem too.

    What I had to do was manually uninstall xine-lib and install the most recent version of libxine1

    If you are installing all the codecs thru 1-click-install, cancel, uninstall xine-lib, and install libxine1, and I think that should fix your problem.


    Hope it helps

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    Default Re: Libxine package conflict (suse 11.0 & KDE4.1.1)

    That worked. Thanks. Trying to downgrade through Yast produced more dependencies and threw me off.

    Thanks for the help.

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    Default Re: Libxine package conflict (suse 11.0 & KDE4.1.1)

    Quote Originally Posted by beardo41186 View Post
    Yea, I had that problem too.

    What I had to do was manually uninstall xine-lib and install the most recent version of libxine1

    If you are installing all the codecs thru 1-click-install, cancel, uninstall xine-lib, and install libxine1, and I think that should fix your problem.


    Hope it helps
    ditto. Just removed xine-lib, added libxine1. I think it is a bug.
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