Fri, 3 Aug 2001 09:12:39 +0200
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On Friday 03 August 2001 02:04, Lewis Parker wrote:
> Question from someone new to Linux. In trying to install a gnucash rpm
> using Yast (SUSE 7.1), I get a message that the dependencies are not
> satisfied. Two examples;
> 1. The file is locate on my computer and Yast was not able to find it.
> 2. The file must be imported from the internet.
> How does one make the files available to Yast so that gnucash can be
Could you please be more specific here? Which dependencies in detail are not
In general, if required files are on your computer, but the package system
(here: Yast) doesn't know about it, it is nearly impossible to "tell Yast
about it". If you are absolutely sure that *all* the required files are
indeed there, you could try to install GnuCash by explicitely ignoring the
For SuSE 7.1, we've been told that
has all the necessary packages for GnuCash.
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