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Old 3rd March 2010, 05:53 PM
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FirstClass client from Open Text Corporation, dependencies problem

Generic Intel(To be recommended for use on distributions that are not transmitted for):
# su
Password: ******* # cd /
# tar xvfj fcc-9.124-Linux.i686.tar.bz2
- The packages should bring down the appropriate dependencies when installed, in case the generic package is needed, the following dependencies are needed:
QT 3.3
libartsc 1.3.2+
libpng 1.2.8+
libjpeg 6b+

How do I know that the dependencies above are implemented?
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Old 3rd March 2010, 06:08 PM
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(a bit big on the font size )

How about "locate" as in "locate libpng" (etc).
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