Installing i386 packages via yum on a x86_64 F9 based system
r0d3nt at pacbell.net
Thu Jul 31 18:00:23 UTC 2008
----- Original Message ----
> From: Giovanni Cucca <giovanni.cucca at gmail.com>
> To: For users of Fedora <fedora-list at redhat.com>
> Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 10:40:34 AM
> Subject: Re: Installing i386 packages via yum on a x86_64 F9 based system
> Il Thursday 31 July 2008 18:15:22 Ubence Quevedo ha scritto:
> > Thank you for the response.
> > I'm not looking to install the 32-Bit Firefox via yum, because I've
> > already downloaded it from the mozilla website. I'm trying to run
> > the 32-Bit Firefox and it is complaining about missing libraries. I
> > fixed this before by getting the i386 version of the libraries via
> > yum, but I can't remember how I got the relevant gtk related i386
> > libraries I needed. For example, bugbuddy is one of the dependencies
> > I need, but when I did: yum list *bug*buddy*i386, I didn't get any
> > results back. So, that is why I thought I needed to get the i386
> > repo information.
> [oneiros at sincity ~]$ yum search bug-buddy
> Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, merge-conf, refresh-packagekit
> Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
> * livna: mirror.atrpms.net
> * fedora: ftp.crihan.fr
> * updates: alviss.et.tudelft.nl
> ============================================================ Matched:
> bug-buddy =============================================================
> bug-buddy.i386 : A bug reporting utility for GNOME
> bug-buddy.x86_64 : A bug reporting utility for GNOME
> gnome-python2-bugbuddy.x86_64 : Python bindings for interacting with
> Try to use yum search instead of yum list
> BTW, please don't top post.
> Fedora release 9 (Sulphur)
Sorry, it looks like Yahoo mail wants to put all responses on top. I never really thought that was a problem until I tried to read a post that was all over the place. :^)
I think I'll have to do a combination of yum search, yum list, and possibly rpmfind.net to get the packages I need. I just wish it were easier to use yum to find what I want without having to do so much!
Thanx for the response...
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