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Techriti
25th June 2008, 12:12 PM
Hi guys..I am having problem installing postfix mail server on fedora core 8..
here is what i face when i give yum install postfix

Error: Missing Dependency: mono(gdk-sharp) = 2.10.0.0 is needed by package muine
Error: Missing Dependency: mono(glib-sharp) = 2.10.0.0 is needed by package muine
Error: Missing Dependency: mono(gtk-sharp) = 2.10.0.0 is needed by package muine

can anybody pls help me fix this bug..
Or shall i change version of fedora..(i.e. under no choice)..

Techriti
25th June 2008, 12:17 PM
Hi guys..I am having problem installing postfix mail server on fedora core 8..
here is what i face when i give yum install postfix

Error: Missing Dependency: mono(gdk-sharp) = 2.10.0.0 is needed by package muine
Error: Missing Dependency: mono(glib-sharp) = 2.10.0.0 is needed by package muine
Error: Missing Dependency: mono(gtk-sharp) = 2.10.0.0 is needed by package muine

can anybody pls help me fix this bug..
Or shall i change version of fedora..(i.e. under no choice)..
Or pls temme under which version of fedora can i successfully install vmware and postfix..
thanks....in advance..

markkuk
25th June 2008, 12:43 PM
Post the output of "yum repolist". Muine is a music player, it shouldn't have any connection with postfix. Are you sure your command line was exactly "yum install postfix"? Can you post the complete output?

Techriti
25th June 2008, 12:59 PM
This was the output of yum repolist...
and yes i exactly typed "yum install postfix" without quotes...


repo id repo name status
InstallMedia Fedora 8 enabled
development Fedora - Development enabled
development-debuginf Fedora - Development - Debug enabled
development-source Fedora - Development - Source enabled
fedora Fedora 8 - i386 enabled
fedora-debuginfo Fedora 8 - i386 - Debug enabled
fedora-source Fedora 8 - Source enabled
updates Fedora 8 - i386 - Updates enabled
updates-debuginfo Fedora 8 - i386 - Updates - Debug enabled
updates-source Fedora 8 - Updates Source enabled
updates-testing Fedora 8 - i386 - Test Updates enabled
updates-testing-debu Fedora 8 - i386 - Test Updates Debug enabled
updates-testing-sour Fedora 8 - Test Updates Source enabled

markkuk
25th June 2008, 03:37 PM
repo id repo name status
InstallMedia Fedora 8 enabled
development Fedora - Development enabled

That's your problem. You have enabled the development repo, also known as Rawhide. If you have updated your system with Rawhide enabled, you aren't using Fedora 8 anymore. With Rawhide, missing dependencies are the least kind of problem. You need a clean re-install to restore your system to a working Fedora 8 installation.
If you haven't run any updates yet, disable all repos except "fedora" and "updates" and try again.