Just a note:
11.4 is out of support since nearly 2 years already.
At the very least you should add the Evergreen repo and update your system.
But even Evergreen support for 11.4 will stop soon, so you might consider upgrading to a newer version.
2 | devel:languages:R:patched | devel:languages:R:patched | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/languages:/R:/patched/SLE_11_SP1/ |
3 | http-download.opensuse.org-1e66e1c3 | http-download.opensuse.org-1e66e1c3 | Yes | Yes | 99 | rpm-md | http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel%3a/languages%3a/R%3a/patched/SLE_11_SP1/ |
Why are you using this repo for SLE_11_SP1?
This is still available for 11.4 as well, change the URL to say openSUSE_11.4 instead of SLE_11_SP1.
And you only need one of those, as they are the same anyway.
Just remove #3.
I used wget to download the .bz2 file from http://www.boost.org/users/history/version_1_55_0.html
That’s the source code.
So you compiled and installed it as well, right?
This could cause conflicts with the already installed software, as boost 1.55 is not compatible to the shipped version 1.44.
But emacs should not be affected AFAICT.
Do you really need a newer version of Boost than the 1.44 shipped with 11.4?
Then you should definitely consider upgrading to the latest openSUSE version, 13.1 comes with 1.53 f.e.
running rpm -qi libgio-2_0-0 libgtk-3-0
package libgtk-3-0 is not installed
Ok, 11.4 did not yet have gtk3, but gtk2.
And g_variant_unref is actually part of glib, not gtk, sorry.
So please post the output of this then:
rpm -qi libgtk-2_0-0 libglib-2_0-0