and this truly shows that no package at the required level exists. There is a package at the 4.0.84-2.4 level available. When I click the link to this package the page I am presented with contains the startling comment:
“Hmm … It’s impossible This RPM doesn’t exist on any FTP server”
Any advice on how I overcome this problem? I do not have the skills or knowledge to compile the source code.
I’ve had this error since the last KDE4.1 build was pushed out a couple of days ago. I just instructed Yast not to install the game update pacakges, in order to resolve the dependencies.
From my experience, it means that kdegames4 failed to compile properly in the build-service, and so didn’t get pushed out with the rest of the 4.0.85 packages. Which causes issues for packages dependent upon it. I usually only run into this sort of thing with SL-factory updates, but given that KDE4:/factory is based on weekly snapshot updates, I suppose the same circumstances apply.
I would just wait a day or two and see if the new packages get pushed out. That’s what usually happens. It’s the drawback to using the developmental version, although the positives still outweigh the negatives…
This is just about the only part that I understand. I have waited for about a week, but Knetwalk still fails. I no longer get the dependency failure message. When the puzzle loads, the main window is completely blank, the pointer shows as a double headed arrow, the menu bar shows ‘No Text’ as the only item and the status bar (at the bottom of the window) looks normal. The only action I can complete is to quit the puzzle.
What should I be doing to tie down the cause of the problem? This puzzle works (but very slowly) under Fedora 9 on my ancient PIII lap top, so I’m sure there is not defect in the game logic
I’d be grateful for the exact link to one of these packages. Over the last week or so I have looked for one. Most of the packages fall into the classification that I described when I started this thread : @Hmm … it’s impossible… doesn’t exist on any ftp server’
None of the packages that I have been able to get produce a working version (other then version 3, which I don’t want) of Knetwalk. It’s very strange, because the version I installed under Fedora 9 on amy laptop works without problem.