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Old 7th March 2006, 05:52 AM
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failed dependencies installing an RPM

Hello,

I am unable to use YUM because I don't have internet access on my linux (Fedora4) machine. I am attempting to install a driver for my wireless network card so that someday I WILL be able to use YUM. But, first, I need to install some RPMs that the driver requires. One is:

subversion-1.1.4-3.i386.rpm

but, when I try to install it I get the following message:

error: Failed dependencies:
libapr-0.so.0 is needed by subversion-1.1.4-3.i386
libaprutil-0.so.0 is needed by subversion-1.1.4-3.i386

I looked to see if there were libapr or libaprutil packages in the FC4 package listing, but couldn't find them. Can someone tell me how to resolve the failed dependencies?

Thanks,
Don
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