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Re: bacula server

> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Paul Howarth <paul city-fan org>
> > To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
> > Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 2:01:47 AM GMT-0700
> > Subject: Re: bacula server
> Thanks for trying not to top-post; unfortunately your reply doesn't 
> indent the text with "> " at the start of each line (there's a setting
> in Outlook for this I believe) so it's very difficult to tell which is
> the text you're replying to and which is the new text.

Thanks for the link to the top post description always learning right? I do not use outlook i use Zimbra based webmail (Mozilla in the past) the whole reason i am on this Fedora box in the first place.  Don't get me wrong i liked Fedora from the day i installed it most of the defaults make sense and it is very usable out of the box nice quick and clean.  FreeBSD is still my weapon of choice but takes forever and a day to set it up as what i would deem use full.  Anyway i think i found the prefix setting in zimbra.

> >>Thanks again mostly u/we got it to work so far.  However it is
> asking for a pile of dependencies.  I know give a guy an inch and he
> will try to take a mile or km here in Canada.
> > 
> > 
> > You can use "yum localinstall some.rom some.other.rpm" to install
> rpms
> > with their dependencies (you might have to set gpgcheck=0
> > in /etc/yum.conf before you do this, and change it back to 1 again
> > afterwards, since the packages you've just built won't be signed).
> > 
> > 
> >>Is there a way to install without any gui stuff or mabey i am wrong
> mabey there is no gui stuff.  Some of the dependancies for those
> dependancies are X11 related.  
> > 
> > 
> > Don't try installing the -gconsole subpackage. In fact, do an "rpm
> -qip"
> > on each rpm package and see if it's something you want to install.
> Only
> > install the bits you need.
> > 
> > Not sure if i follow how do i NOT install the gconsole subpackage
> something i defenitly do not need.  Seems even if i do not want a
> package to be installed if it is a dependancy will not the build fail
> without it.  
> > 
> > See this list i do not need alsa sound drivers or esound gee wiz
> what a mess.
> >  
> > Performing the following to resolve dependencies:
> >   Install: GConf2.i386 0:2.8.1-1 - base
> >   Install: ORBit2.i386 0:2.12.0-3 - base
> >   Install: alsa-lib.i386 0:1.0.6-8.FC3 - updates-released
> >   Install: alsa-lib-devel.i386 0:1.0.6-8.FC3 - updates-released
> >   Install: audiofile.i386 1:0.2.6-1 - base
> >   Install: audiofile-devel.i386 1:0.2.6-1 - base
> >   Install: e2fsprogs-devel.i386 0:1.38-0.FC3.1 - updates-released
> >   Install: esound.i386 1:0.2.35-2 - base
> Try to install each of the binary RPM packages one at a time and see 
> which one is pulling in these dependencies. I don't think any package
> other than the gconsole one should pull in these deps.

Ok will do but i gotta go till tomorrow it is 4am here and i feel like a zombie. What time is it in your world hopefully not 4am? 

> Paul.

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