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Thread: OpenSUSE 11.1: where are dund and pand?

  1. #1
    vodoo NNTP User

    Default OpenSUSE 11.1: where are dund and pand?


    Hi

    I have a rather fresh install of OpenSUSE 11.1 32bit.

    Recently I noticed the following errors in /var/log/localmessages:

    checkproc: cannot stat /usr/bin/pand: No such file or directory
    checkproc: cannot stat /usr/bin/dund: No such file or directory

    As far as I found these files should be provided by the bluez package
    (?)

    Anyone knows what's wrong here?


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    inktvis75 NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSUSE 11.1: where are dund and pand?


    this files are in bluez-compat

    greetz
    Frederik Vos
    'Welkom bij L4L' (http://www.l4l.be)


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    vodoo NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSUSE 11.1: where are dund and pand?


    thanks, this solved the problem.


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