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ardchoille
25th November 2005, 11:17 PM
Has anyone been able to install eterm on FC4? I tried to build my own rpm's but eterm needs imlib2-loader_jpg and imlib2-loader_png to build and I cannot find them anywhere. I have imlib2 installed and thought that would suffice but it doesn't. yum install eterm cannot find a match for eterm and installing the local eterm rpm with yum gives the same failed deps as rpm -i eterm.rpm. I use the Extras and livna repos. How do I get eterm installed on FC4?

mogogow
25th November 2005, 11:46 PM
Has anyone been able to install eterm on FC4? I tried to build my own rpm's but eterm needs imlib2-loader_jpg and imlib2-loader_png to build and I cannot find them anywhere. I have imlib2 installed and thought that would suffice but it doesn't. yum install eterm cannot find a match for eterm and installing the local eterm rpm with yum gives the same failed deps as rpm -i eterm.rpm. I use the Extras and livna repos. How do I get eterm installed on FC4?

Eterm is available on pbone.net. It needs a couple of dependencies: imlib2 and libast. The Eterm package is for FC3 but works on FC4. I have downloaded it and it runs perfectly.

Mike

Spoon!
25th November 2005, 11:54 PM
Compile from source?

foolish
26th November 2005, 01:54 AM
eterm and the entire enlightenment desktop environment is available from This repository (http://sps.nus.edu.sg/~didierbe/)

To enable it, as root, do:


rpm -ivh http://sps.nus.edu.sg/~didierbe/share/dc-fc4-yum-repo-1.3-1.fc4.noarch.rpm


Now do:


yum install eterm


And eterm will be installed. You might want to disable this repository when done to prevent it from slowing down yum every time you run yum.

ardchoille
26th November 2005, 09:17 AM
eterm and the entire enlightenment desktop environment is available from This repository (http://sps.nus.edu.sg/~didierbe/)

To enable it, as root, do:


rpm -ivh http://sps.nus.edu.sg/~didierbe/share/dc-fc4-yum-repo-1.3-1.fc4.noarch.rpm


Now do:


yum install eterm


And eterm will be installed. You might want to disable this repository when done to prevent it from slowing down yum every time you run yum.
Thank you very much. This worked perfectly :)