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    I'm trying to install Jahshaka and I need the following dependancies but I need to find a repository that has them... Any ideas?

    Code:
    libMesaglut3
    libmesaglu1
    libavifile0.7
    libaviplay-0.7
    libformats.so.1
    libmediaobject.so.1
    libmpegdec.so.1
    libmpegenc.so.1
    libopenassetlib.so.1
    libopencorelib.so.1
    libopengpulib.so.1
    libopenimagelib.so.1
    libopennetworklib.so.1
    libopenobjectlib.so.1
    libsurface3d.so.1
    Thanks,
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    Default Re: repository needed for some lib's

    Did you first check the .rpm provides box in the search from Yast - Software Management

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    Default Re: repository needed for some lib's

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Did you first check the .rpm provides box in the search from Yast - Software Management

    p.s
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    yea I gave it a shot, still nothing found for any of those libraries :-/ Should I list my repo's that I have currently?


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    No ideas??

    Please help me get windows out of my life! I'm really hoping I can move all of my work over to linux, need to start with Jashaka (an after effects equivalent) and then figure out photoshop on here (i'm close!)...

    Thx,
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    Hey there,

    Looks like you have discovered a good one to solve. These libraries are not readily available for Suse. However, I do see others have had some luck using libraries for Mandriva which appears to have worked for some, see this post: Jahshaka on 10.3 32-bit?

    Someone with your same issue post on the official forum in April, but no one responded: http://jahshaka.org/forum/installing...use-t1749.html

    Perhaps if you get this resolved with the above link you can post the solution to the Jahshaka forum for other Suse users.

    I believe you best route is to take this option of installing the Mandriva RPMs - it's about your only option at this point.

    Cheers,
    Pete

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    Smile Re: repository needed for some lib's

    Hey there,

    I see Jahshaka is built on the OpenLibraries tools - is it possibly you can just build these libraries yourself?

    BuildingRedhatFive – Openlibraries – Trac

    Building them does not look too difficult.

    Cheers,
    Pete

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    getintanked schrieb:
    > No ideas??
    >
    > Please help me get windows out of my life! I'm really hoping I can move
    > all of my work over to linux, need to start with Jashaka (an after
    > effects equivalent) and then figure out photoshop on here (i'm
    > close!)...


    No specific ideas - I know neither Jashaka (or Jahshaka, as you called
    it in your first post) nor the libs you listed - but two general hints:

    a) When you talk about dependencies it would seem you have an rpm file
    for that software. Look around in the place where you found that rpm,
    it should have information about the dependencies and where to get
    them, or at least a way to ask questions.

    b) If you are really desperate to have that software, why not build
    from source? It's not that much more difficult.

    HTH
    T.

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