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Thread: Transmission 1.40 RPM available?

  1. #1
    db9 NNTP User

    Default Transmission 1.40 RPM available?


    Hello - I am running Transmission 1.31 on 10.3 and I see that 1.40 has
    been released. I don't see the update from YaST (it may not be there yet
    etc etc) but I did find it 'here' (http://tinyurl.com/6pk7u3)
    Can I install this RPM as an update or is this for 11.0 only?
    If I wanted to compile from source for 10.3 (I have never done this
    before) how would I know that the source code would work on 10.3?
    Or is this a dumb question.

    Thank you


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  2. #2
    didencool NNTP User

    Default Re: Transmission 1.40 RPM available?


    yes it is in this repository
    'Index of /repositories/home:/peternixon/openSUSE_11.0'
    (http://tinyurl.com/5eqlh8)

    you can use firefox search plugin to search available software.

    'Software.openSUSE.org'
    (http://software.opensuse.org/search?...project=ALL&q=)

    or

    'Webpin'
    (http://packages.opensuse-community.o...sp?searchTerm=)

    aka webpin


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  3. #3
    db9 NNTP User

    Default Re: Transmission 1.40 RPM available?


    Thank you, but the question remains, can I run the file from the 11.0
    repository on 10.3?


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  4. #4
    deltaflyer44 NNTP User

    Default Re: Transmission 1.40 RPM available?


    possibly, providing you take care of dependencies, or you could rebuild
    the rpm for your system

    Andy


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    db9 NNTP User

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    deltaflyer44;1899658 Wrote:
    > possibly, providing you take care of dependencies, or you could rebuild
    > the rpm for your system
    >
    > Andy


    How would I go about this?

    Thank you


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    deltaflyer44 NNTP User

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    which part ? taking care of dependencies or rebuilding the rpm ?

    Andy


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  7. #7
    db9 NNTP User

    Default Re: Transmission 1.40 RPM available?


    Building an RPM, as I guess that this would be the easiest way - I'll
    take a look in the man.

    Thanks


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