problem with Dolphin
vini at fugspbr.org
Sat Jul 12 09:24:21 UTC 2008
This was great, I had the same problem and was unable to fix it for a
long time. I am running the rawhide build of KDE4.
Germán Racca said the following on 06/11/2008 07:40 AM:
> Hi all,
> After updating soprano (soprano-2.0.98-1.fc10.i386)
> Dolphin and Konqueror worked again!!!
> Thanks to all that replayed my post!
> On Mon, Jun 9, 2008 at 6:34 PM, max <maximilianbianco at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Germán Racca wrote:
>>> Dear Max:
>>> I will answer tomorrow, because today I am not with my notebook...I
>>> forgot it at home, and I have
>>> internet only in my work.
>>> The library libnepomuk.so.4 is a link to libnepomuk.so.4.1.0 in my F9
>>> I will send you more informations tomorrow.
>> Make sure you refer to the reply from Tim, he pointed out my errors in the
>> use of the rpm command. I don't have a 386 install of f9 anymore maybe
>> someone who does can can collaborate your findings in regards to which file
>> the symlink of libnepomuk.so.4 should point to, as mentioned before mine
>> points to a slightly different version of the file than yours but the
>> difference may have something to do with 32bit vs 64bit install of f9, you
>> should be able to, at least, verify the kdelibs package that includes the
>> libnepomuk.so.4 file and the file it points too.
>> From Tim's reply: (the correct way to query rpm about the file, please refer
>> his reply for more detail)
>>> To find what package provided a particular file, there's "rpm -qf".
>>> e.g. rpm -qf /full/path/to/the/file/you/want/to/know/about
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