fplit

I’m using opensuse V13.2 64 and KDE

Is there an fsplit program, a fortran aware program that will separate a file with many subroutines into many files with a single subroutine?

I checked using yast/ software-management and found nothing.

Thank you.

On Fri 30 Dec 2016 01:56:01 AM CST, rih5342 wrote:

I’m using opensuse V13.2 64 and KDE

Is there an fsplit program, a fortran aware program that will separate a
file with many subroutines into many files with a single subroutine?

I checked using yast/ software-management and found nothing.

Thank you.

Hi
Looks like a user has it for 13.2 but disabled;

However it’s still on a mirror;
ftp://ftp.pbone.net/mirror/ftp5.gwdg.de/pub/opensuse/repositories/home:/Rotkraut/openSUSE_13.2/x86_64/


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Okay, hold my hand, I can’t install it (double click), I get an error.

I have a screen-shot of the error pop up windows, but I can’t post it, what’s the URL for a file on my disk?

The text from the windows

pop-up-window-1 -------------------------------------------
Install Packages Files
Waiting for service to start
Unknown state 0%

pop-up-window-2 ----------------------------------------------------------------
An internal system error has occurred - Apper

A problem that we were not expecting has occurred.
Please report this bug with the error description

Pop-up-window-3 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Details
Installation aborted by user

I have no idea why this happens, I am not intentionally aborting.

Thank you.

  

 sudo zypper  install fsplit-5.5-7.1.x86_64.rpm 




This works buts yields



warning: /var/cache/zypp/packages/_tmpRPMcache_/fsplit-5.5-7.1.x86_64.rpm: Header V3 DSA/SHA1 Signature, key ID e01baa27: NOKEY     


This was probabaly what stalled the previous install.

Should I worry?

You’re probably OK.
Your first error was because Apper was still running in the background. When Apper is running, it’s trying to update your system so is temporarily locking all other access to package management functions until it’s done.

The second error appears to only be because whoever compiled the package didn’t include a key for verifying the integrity and authenticity of the package contents. Yes, this opens op the possibility that someone can download the package, modify its contents (maybe insert malware?) and then upload or otherwise distribute the package with its new hidden payload. But, this is extremely unlikely especially if you downloaded from a trusted repository which restricts uploading (More than likely the Owner is the only one with that right).

TSU