libktexteditor missing - kile won't zypper in

Hi there,

I installed openSuSE 11.4 32bit from a network installer CD (as the machine cannot boot DVDs).

After

zypper ref (with Oss, Non-Oss, Updates, nVidia, Packman, Mozilla, Libreoffice, KDEApps, KDEextra and Education)
zypper -n dup -l
zypper -n inr

I went for

zypper in kile

and zypper claimed that the package ‘libktexteditor’ is a dependancy of kile, but no repository would provide it.

This has never happend with both 32bit or 64bit installer DVD, why now? And how to fix it?

Hm, strange

I have l*ibktexteditor 4.7.2-2.2.1-i586 *on my system. YaST says it is from obs//build.opensuse.org/KDE. I do not have such a repo in my repos list. I also do not know why it is installed. Maybe some 1-click (I do uncheck the “keep this repo” normaly).

Hope this helps.

On 2012-02-01 19:16, NobodyHasThisNickname wrote:
>
> Hi there,
>
> I installed openSuSE 11.4 32bit from a network installer CD (as the
> machine cannot boot DVDs).

Ok…

> After
>
> zypper ref (with Oss, Non-Oss, Updates, nVidia, Packman, Mozilla,
> Libreoffice, KDEApps, KDEextra and Education)

Ok…

> zypper -n dup -l

Why???

> zypper -n inr
>
> I went for
>
> zypper in kile
>
> and zypper claimed that the package ‘libktexteditor’ is a dependancy of
> kile, but no repository would provide it.

After you did a dup with so many repos configured, no wonder, because
libktexteditor is in oss repo. It comes in libkde4-develrpm, libkde4rpm,
etc. You may have a conflicting package from who knows where.


Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 11.4 x86_64 “Celadon” at Telcontar)