I’m trying to install moto4lin under opensuse 11.1 64bit but it complains about libusb, it needs v >=0.1.8.
I used the one-click from the opensuse page, and tried several versions. Then tried to manually install it but all hell broke loose with missing stuff!
Any help really appreciated, thanks
Are you doing manual install or from
Thanks for the reply caf.
Sorry, I was in a bit of a rush this morning, hence the rather scant amount of information I gave!
I tried to install it by using several one-clicks that I found at Software.openSUSE.org
Then I simply downloaded the .rpm file (from several of those links) and tried to install it manually.
Still the same errors.
I tried each of those one-clicks on the page you gave me, and still get the error about libusb.
I have included the following screenshots (hopefully!) that show what’s going on…
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After I get the first error message, I can only select “do not install”, and then click on OK. Then the next box pops up asking to install those kernel modules. I cancel at that stage because I don’t really know what those modules will do, and am a bit worried about messing with wireless modules as my wireless works really well as it is.
I also searched in Yast2 for any packages with libusb in them, and tis is what I got…
S | Name | Summary | Type
i | libusb-0_1-4 | USB Libraries | package
i | libusb-0_1-4-32bit | USB Libraries | package
| libusb-0_1-5 | libusb-1.0 Compatibility Library for libusb-0.1 | package
i | libusb-1_0-0 | USB Library | package
| libusb-1_0-0-32bit | USB Library | package
| libusb-1_0-devel | USB Library | package
| libusb-compat-devel | libusb-1.0 Compatibility Layer for libusb-0.1 | package
| libusb-devel | USB Libraries | package
| libusbpp-0_1-4 | USB Libraries | package
| libusbprog0 | Programmer for the USBprog hardware | package
Not too sure where to go from here though.
Did you check here for info - Otherwise I’m not sure.
Main Page - Moto4Lin
I simply installed in this order from the command line:
rpm -i libp2kmoto0-0.1.svn20071112-11.4.x86_64.rpm
rpm -i p2kmoto-0.1.svn20071112-11.4.x86_64.rpm
rpm -i --nodeps moto4lin-0.3.svn20070127-18.1.un.x86_64.rpm
That cured it