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    Default AW: Re: Can't install applications. 13.2

    Quote Originally Posted by hugosyt View Post
    None of them show in YaST?
    The corresponding packages are:
    • libjpeg62-32bit
    • libpng12-0-32bit
    • libSM6-32bit
    • libXtst6-32bit

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    Default Re: Can't install applications. 13.2

    On 2015-08-06 15:26, hugosyt wrote:
    > This 32bit package is the only one in their site so i have no other
    > option.


    Looking at the site
    https://www.teamviewer.com/es/download/linux.aspx
    I see that the .deb is multiarch, both 32 and 64 bit.
    But I believe it is false, it is 32 bit.

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    Default Re: Can't install applications. 13.2

    Quote Originally Posted by robin_listas View Post
    On 2015-08-06 15:26, hugosyt wrote:
    > This 32bit package is the only one in their site so i have no other
    > option.


    Looking at the site
    https://www.teamviewer.com/es/download/linux.aspx
    I see that the .deb is multiarch, both 32 and 64 bit.
    IIANM, "multiarch" practically means a 32bit package that can be installed on 64bit systems too, together with the 64bit package if available.
    It's something similar to openSUSE's xxx-32bit packages.
    It doesn't mean that the package contains binaries for both architectures.

    See also: https://wiki.debian.org/Multiarch/HOWTO
    Last edited by wolfi323; 06-Aug-2015 at 07:54.

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    Default Re: Can't install applications. 13.2

    I managed to install the application (after installing the dependencies) with "zypper in" even with the warning of having "nokey" signed message.
    So all this is because of Apper not recognising the dependencies, because of the "nokey" signed or both?

    Can this overall method be used to install other apps that give me the same error?


    Yeah, .deb packages seam to have the 32, 64bit option.


    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Can't install applications. 13.2

    On 2015-08-06 16:56, wolfi323 wrote:

    > IIANM, "multiarch" practically means a 32bit package that can be
    > installed on 64bit systems too, together with the 64bit package if
    > available.


    I thought so.

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    Default Re: Can't install applications. 13.2

    On 2015-08-06 17:06, hugosyt wrote:
    > Can this overall method be used to install other apps that give me the
    > same error?


    Of course. It is quite common.

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    Default Re: Can't install applications. 13.2

    Quote Originally Posted by hugosyt View Post
    So all this is because of Apper not recognising the dependencies
    It's not that Apper does not recognize the dependencies. The "problem" is that PackageKit (Apper is just a frontend to that) cannot resolve dependency conflicts, i.e. it doesn't support asking the user when there are conflicts but just aborts.

    But at least zypper should have installed the dependencies automatically.
    The only thing that I find "fishy" is that the dependency errors by rpm do have no indication that the 32bit versions are needed.
    So maybe the package doesn't correctly specify them.

    OTOH, you didn't post the whole zypper output, did you?

    because of the "nokey" signed or both?
    Might be that this was the actual problem, yes.

    Can this overall method be used to install other apps that give me the same error?
    In principle, yes.

    Yeah, .deb packages seam to have the 32, 64bit option.
    No, also for .deb there's only the 32bit package. Again, in this case "multiarch" means that it can be installed on 64bit systems too.
    It's not different with the .rpms, it's just not called "multiarch" here.

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