The error message says there is no software available that provides the correct version of a library, libstdc++, usually part of a package named glibcxx. You would have to install the 3.4.9 version of glibcxx to correct this.
You may be following the instructions in the following links. I just want to make sure you do know about them.
okay so i should upgrade. i tried downloading the 11.0 version as its stable.
all i want for now just to play a wmv player.
please tell me, which of these searched programs can be installed
without going to edit manually those libs and etc files and i’m really new to this and i’m just trying to learn and the reason infact why i wanted to install wmv player is to view those linux tutorials.
here’s the link that i’ve tried to search over to a popular site that you probably knew. here’s the link.
please suggest me a player with no installation hassle.
Well you just go to software repositories, click add, choose “community repositories” and there you will find packman which has un-retarded packages (suse’s are crippled to conform to the “open” in openSUSE yet we still can’t call openSUSE GNU/Linux due to some rules ).
After adding that repo (and refreshing it) install VLC, it plays every format on the earth
VLC is not packaged in 11.1, nor 11.0.
But you can install it from packman repo after installing openSUSE, which is very task to do.
You can add repo from yast -> software repositories -> add -> community repos -> Packman.
Packman repo have all codecs we need to run MP3,MP4, video, Audio etc etc.