Standard repository???

Hi, I’m trying install KDE4.2 Beta 2 using this One-Click install link:
http://tinyurl.com/7u43u6

but it fails for dependencies. I’ve read I must enabling “the standard
repository” for resolving dependencies, but also fails adding that
repository. How I could install KDE4.2 desktop? I’m using openSUSE 11.1
with KDE Factory. Thx!!


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You need at a minimum

‘Index of /repositories/KDE:/KDE4:/UNSTABLE:/Desktop/openSUSE_11.1’
(http://tinyurl.com/668yyh)

‘Index of /repositories/KDE:/Qt/openSUSE_11.1’
(http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/KDE:/Qt/openSUSE_11.1/)

option include

‘Index of /repositories/KDE:/KDE4:/UNSTABLE:/Extra-Apps/openSUSE_11.1’
(http://tinyurl.com/6kct4x)

‘Index of
/repositories/KDE:/KDE4:/Community/openSUSE_11.1_KDE4_UNSTABLE_Desktop’
(http://tinyurl.com/6rfa58)

You will have some dependency issues. konq plugins is one, remove it,
power devil - remove it
maybe some others too.

Use update all in this list unconditionally and ignore the errors until
you have marked all the new repo’s that way and then see what you have.

FYI: All these repo’s are due to change very soon. So keep an eye on
that.


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Following your indications, YaST try install a lot of gnome packets
(like 30), I wonder why. Is it necessary?


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alfre2;1924060 Wrote:
> Following your indications, YaST try install a lot of gnome packets
> (like 30), I wonder why. Is it necessary?

Save the details to file or screenshot it -so we can see


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When I press deinstallation on each conflict, YaST suggest this:

[image:
http://picasaweb.google.es/alfreito/Otros#5288990761362446594]http://picasaweb.google.es/alfreito/Otros#5288990761362446594

(Sorry, I don’t know how send or post here the file conflicts.txt)


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caf4926 schreef:

> You will have some dependency issues. konq plugins is one, remove it,
> power devil - remove it

This morning i thought i’ll give KDE4.2 a go but because it would require
powerdevil to be removed i didn’t.
Won’t powermanagement stop working without powerdevil?

Chris Maaskant

Chris Maaskant;1924120 Wrote:
> caf4926 schreef:
>
> > You will have some dependency issues. konq plugins is one, remove it,
> > power devil - remove it
>
> This morning i thought i’ll give KDE4.2 a go but because it would
> require
> powerdevil to be removed i didn’t.
> Won’t powermanagement stop working without powerdevil?
> –
> Chris Maaskant

Powerdevil seems to be integrated rather than separate. It’s ok to
uninstall the version that is for 4.1.3


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caf4926 schreef:

>> Won’t powermanagement stop working without powerdevil?
>
> Powerdevil seems to be integrated rather than separate. It’s ok to
> uninstall the version that is for 4.1.3

OK thanks, i’ll try again tomorrow.

Chris Maaskant

Chris Maaskant schreef:

>> Powerdevil seems to be integrated rather than separate. It’s ok to
>> uninstall the version that is for 4.1.3
>
> OK thanks, i’ll try again tomorrow.

Works like a charm :slight_smile:

Chris Maaskant

Chris Maaskant;1924479 Wrote:
> Chris Maaskant schreef:
>
> >> Powerdevil seems to be integrated rather than separate. It’s ok to
> >> uninstall the version that is for 4.1.3
> >
> > OK thanks, i’ll try again tomorrow.
>
> Works like a charm :slight_smile:
> –
> Chris Maaskant

Excellent. Well done!


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…and this is the list of gnome packages that YaST is trying install:

evolution-data-server
gnome2-user-docs
gnome-audio
gnome-control-center
gnome-desktop
gnome-main-menu
gnome-menus
gnome-menus-branding-openSUSE
gnome-panel
gnome-settings-daemon
gnome-themes
libcanberra0
libcanberra-gtk
libcanberra-gtk0
libevoldap-2_4.2
libgnome-desktop-2.7
libgnomekbd
libgnome-menu2
libgnomesu
libgnomesu0
libgtop
libgtop-2_0.7
libgweather
libgweather1
nautilus
PolicyKit-gnome-libs
tango-icon-theme
yast2-control-center-gnome


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It must be something related to your packages.

Check thru the repo list and see what could be causing it


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I’ve installed KDE 4.2, finally, installing all the Gnome packages
related. I had same requirements on 2 computers, but fine. I’m using KDE
4.2 now!!


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