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Thread: Dependency problem in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, libstdc++

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    Default Dependency problem in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, libstdc++

    I am having problems installing Nero Linux 4.0.0.0b in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, the installer says ity requieres a libstdc++ dependency



    libstdc++ >= 4.1.1 is requiered by neronlinux-4.0.0.0-1.i386

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    Default Re: Dependency problem in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, libstdc++

    I had the same problem but on x86_64 system. I had libstdc++ installed, with version 4.5-19.1 and still the package manager complained.

    I worked around the problem by forcing the installation to complete in spite the missing dependencies. To do that I had to invoke "zypper install ..." from command line.

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    Default Re: Dependency problem in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, libstdc++

    fair..
    thnks m8 :-)

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    Default Re: Dependency problem in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, libstdc++

    Also do not forget that after zypper install and dependencies braking, somebody must run nero with su privileges so nero can find RW devices ;-)
    (at least that happens to me under x86_64)
    Its buggie up today... hope Nero understands that has to be back soon (already are late), with a FREE update to all of us registered users.

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    Default Re: Dependency problem in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, libstdc++

    Good info. I'll try forcing it but I'd rather not Thanks for pointing out that about running it as root though! Now I'll check on updates

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    Default Re: Dependency problem in openSUSE 11.4 32 bit, libstdc++

    I am installing it with the nodeps option rpm -Uvh nero4.rpm --nodeps with no problems, about nero finding the cdrw drive I add my user to the cdrom group, it is important that you read this too

    [FIX] Multisession issue with Nero Linux 4 - Club MyCE

    Many of you experiences issues with Nero Linux 4 when continuing a multisession disc. Apparently, Nero Linux 4 is looking for some shared libs in the wrong folder, so, of course it is _NEVER_ possible to continue a multisession disc.

    This issue will of course be fixed in the next release (don't ask for a date ), but you can use the following trick to make it work for now. As root,

    - Go in /usr/lib/nero (/usr/lib64/nero for the 64-bit version)
    - Once you are there, copy the files libISOFS.so and libUDFImporter.so to the /usr/lib (/usr/lib64 for the 64-bit version).

    This should let you use the multisession features of Nero Linux 4.
    Also remember to manually delete these 2 files before you uninstall or upgrade the nero linux package.

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