OK so if I have file /var/foobar on my box I can do
rpm -qf /var/foobar
to find what package the file came from
But if rpm tell me failed dependencies x y z
What is the best way of finding out which rpm contains them.
Is rpmfind.net the only way ? Is there any other resource , app that is
I'm an rpm novice so excuse me if I ask something stupid . I will read the
RPM howto later :-)
"> > Hi I'm installing and while installing kdelibs-2.2-5.i386.rpm
> > I get
> > error: :failed dependencies
> > libfam.so.0
> > libfreetype.so.6
> > libXft.so.1
> > libxml2.so.2
> > libXrender.so.1
> > libxslt.so.1
> > libpcreposix.so.0
> > libpcre.so.0
> > Whats the best way to got hold of these? What package contains them?
> > Is the kdesupport rpm gone in kde2???
> # rpm -qf /usr/X11R6/lib/libXrender.so.1
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