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    Default Handbrake repo

    Hi, i am trying to look up a repo that refers to handbrake so i can install it via zypper.
    So far none of the links to packman work for me, because i always get an error saying that handbrake is not known.

    Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.3/Multimedia/x86_64

    Either i do something wrong or i can't do it. What my error?

    Yes, i can install it via Yast, but my goal was to load it via zypper since i am trying to do a script.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Default Re: Handbrake repo

    What are you trying to install ?
    "Handbrake" does not exist. It's either handbrake-gtk or handbrake-cli:

    sudo zypper in handbrake-gtk
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    Default Re: Handbrake repo

    Quote Originally Posted by JoergJaeger View Post
    Hi, i am trying to look up a repo that refers to handbrake so i can install it via zypper.
    So far none of the links to packman work for me, because i always get an error saying that handbrake is not known.

    Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.3/Multimedia/x86_64

    Either i do something wrong or i can't do it. What my error?

    Yes, i can install it via Yast, but my goal was to load it via zypper since i am trying to do a script.

    Thanks for any help.
    The url you quote is wrong
    You are wanting it for 11.3 correct?
    This is the repo for all Packman stuff: Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.3

    If you only want the multimedia applications available then use: Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.3/Multimedia
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    Default Re: Handbrake repo

    Yes, this seems to be the one i was looking for.

    Just in general, how can i find repos for a particular software. Since i rarely look for, i tried first with the download section and wasn't successful with it.
    Within Yast handbrake was there, but that did not tell me a repo.
    Like i said, my goal was to be able to install it just via zypper. But i think that helped me already, at least for the repo.

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    Default Re: Handbrake repo

    Quote Originally Posted by JoergJaeger View Post
    Yes, this seems to be the one i was looking for.

    Just in general, how can i find repos for a particular software. Since i rarely look for, i tried first with the download section and wasn't successful with it.
    Within Yast handbrake was there, but that did not tell me a repo.
    Like i said, my goal was to be able to install it just via zypper. But i think that helped me already, at least for the repo.
    Ideally, all you should have in repos are the ones there by default: Oss, Non-Oss, Update - Then just Packman and libdvdcss, unless you have ATI or Nvidia requirements
    That should be all you need.

    BUT. You can search for software here: software.opensuse.org: Search Results
    However, I would caution you on using it and suggest you ask here in the forum first.

    Yast >Software Management is probably the easier way to install stuff if you are looking for something.
    zypper requires you know exactly what you are after.

    When you find a package, go to the versions TAB and it tells you where the package is available from
    Eg: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10573557/Swi...-button-QT.png
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    Default Re: Handbrake repo

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Ideally, all you should have in repos are the ones there by default: Oss, Non-Oss, Update - Then just Packman and libdvdcss, unless you have ATI or Nvidia requirements
    That should be all you need.

    BUT. You can search for software here: software.opensuse.org: Search Results
    However, I would caution you on using it and suggest you ask here in the forum first.

    Yast >Software Management is probably the easier way to install stuff if you are looking for something.
    zypper requires you know exactly what you are after.

    When you find a package, go to the versions TAB and it tells you where the package is available from
    Eg: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10573557/Swi...-button-QT.png
    Ok, makes sense.
    With software.opensuse.org: Search Results i had not luck since it doesn't pop up within the search.
    It is present in Yast, but i guess i ignored the possibility that it will tell me the repo. Now i know.
    As far as community i agree. Somewhere i read from oldcpu to use this repo for Skype. Index of /repositories/home:/broumbroum23/openSUSE_11.3_NonFree_standard which makes Skype work. Any other repo did not work out since it refused to display any video.
    So yes, the community is key.

    btw. will changes to repos also announced through a specific rss feed?

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    Default Re: Handbrake repo

    btw. will changes to repos also announced through a specific rss feed?
    I am not aware of anything like this
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