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Re: ghost libGL?

Am Mo, den 25.04.2005 schrieb Ashley M. Kirchner um 21:40:

>     These days FC3 tells me that there's one update available, 
> kdeartwork.  When I try to install it, it tells me that libGL.so is 
> needed.  Problem is, it is installed.  In two places, /usr/lib/ and 

1) I don't see a kdeartwork update package actually.
2) Sure it requires libGL.so and not libGL.so.1? I would wonder if it is
first as the .so files are needed for development.

$ rpm -qp --requires kdeartwork-3.3.1-1.i386.rpm | grep libGL

> /usr/X11R6/lib/.  What has me baffled though is that if I run this:
>     rpm -q --whatprovides /usr/lib/libGL.so
>     It tells me that file isn't owned by any packages.  However, if I do

Maybe coming from a third party graphics driver like NVidia or ATI?

> this:
>     rpm -q --whatprovides /usr/lib/libGL.so.1
>     Then it tells me what provides it just fine.  So, having those files 
> on the system, why does kdeartwork fail to update?

Please be specific about which kdeartwork RPM you are speaking.

>   Ashley M. Kirchner <mailto:ashley pcraft com>   .   303.442.6410 x130


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