Unprovidable Dependancy

The Tumbleweed repo for Cairo Dock on software.opensuse.org just bit the dust. I tried adding official Tumblweed repo, but upon selecting cairo-plugins I am told;

“nothing provides libical.so.0()(64bit) needed by cairo-dock-plugins-3.0.2-1.21.x86_64”

:frowning:

It would seem the repo is still there, just temporarily down. Searching for cairo-dock instead of cairo dock returns two Tumbleweed repos. However when uninstalling Cairo Dock adding second repo & one click installing, Cairo Dock launches with my same config but I get ugly black text on mouse over as per linked screen shot.

http://postimg.org/image/idx9o1wr9/

Are those the two home:username repos on OBS? If so, those are personal development repos. When I search cairo-dock it says there are 76 sub-packages. There is nothing “official” about those two repos.

This is official repo that returns error;

http://glx-dock.org/ww_page.php?p=OpenSuSE%20repository&lang=en

http://ftp.uni-erlangen.de/pub/mirrors/packman/suse/openSUSE_Tumbleweed/

Aside from the two OBS ones, yes.

I wonder which base version of Tumbleweed they used (or didn’t probably), since they don’t appear to have covered standard 12.2, 12.3, and 13.1 specifically on that page?

Can ypu recommend another dpck?

On Sat 01 Mar 2014 05:56:01 PM CST, consused wrote:

fleamour;2627967 Wrote:
> This is official repo that returns error;
>
> http://glx-dock.org/ww_page.php?p=OpenSuSE%20repository&lang=en
>
> Index of /packman/suse/openSUSE_Tumbleweed
>
>
> Aside from the two OBS ones, yes.
I wonder which base version of Tumbleweed they used since they don’t
appear to have covered standard 12.2, 12.3, and 13.1 specifically on
that page?

Hi
You can always see on PMBS:
https://pmbs.links2linux.de/package/show?package=cairo-dock&project=Extra
You can see it’s in a failed state.

Then a drill down shows it was last built (the ones in the repo on
Build Time: 2013-04-24 21:49:10 +0200 (10 months ago) so it’s out of
date for the current tumbleweed.
https://pmbs.links2linux.de/package/binary?arch=x86_64&filename=cairo-dock-3.0.2-1.34.x86_64.rpm&package=cairo-dock&project=Extra&repository=openSUSE_Tumbleweed

So it’s a sure bet it won’t work… or not suitable for the current
tumbleweed.


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Sorry I can’t, but searching on Packman’s website for cairo-dock gave these packages, including those for 12.2, 12.3 (zero for 13.1): PackMan :: Package details for cairo-dock

I tried the 1 click install for the Tw version, and got a message saying the file didn’t include instructions for my version of openSUSE (i.e. up to date Tw). At least working from Packman’s website gives some status re cairo dock. :slight_smile:

SeaMonkey doesn’t like that site, reporting “This Connection is Untrusted” and “pmbs.links2linux.de uses an invalid security certificate”. :open_mouth: :wink:

Hi
Grab the tumbleweed versions from here (this is a forum user :wink: ) plus they are the latest release 3.3.2
https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/home:etamPL

Yup, it’s ok, someone can always cough up the $$$ for a proper one… :wink:

I think that repo is down as failed to update and now fails to install afresh. The other installed but weird black mouseovers, is there a purge command? As the config may be the error…

On Sat 01 Mar 2014 09:26:02 PM CST, fleamour wrote:

malcolmlewis;2627992 Wrote:
> Hi
> Grab the tumbleweed versions from here (this is a forum user :wink: ) plus
> they are the latest release 3.3.2
> Show home:etamPL - openSUSE Build Service

I think that repo is down as failed to update and now fails to install
afresh. The other installed but weird black mouseovers, is there a purge
command? As the config may be the error…

Hi
The actual repo is;
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/etamPL/openSUSE_Tumbleweed/

You can remove the installed packages vi zypper rm then check in you
home directory, not sure where the configs are, maybe ~/.local or
~/.config


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