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RPM issue


I have a question as to the correct way to install an RPM.  I got an RPM
that whines about a missing library, however it is there.  Take a look:

[schotty leinenkugel schotty]$ sudo rpm -ivh idesk-0.3.5-alt3.i586.rpm 
warning: idesk-0.3.5-alt3.i586.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID
error: Failed dependencies:
	libImlib.so.1 is needed by idesk-0.3.5-alt3
[schotty leinenkugel schotty]$ ldconfig -p | grep libImlib.so.1
	libImlib.so.11 (libc6) => /usr/lib/libImlib.so.11
	libImlib.so.1 (libc6) => /usr/lib/libImlib.so.1
[schotty leinenkugel schotty]$ 

Any ideas?  I have had HORRIBLE luck in the past (distant past it feels
like now) when using the force option.  I would much prefer to do it a
more safe way.  But I am lost. I haev spent a while dicking with issues
like this, and usually just compiled the package, and rolled my own RPM
(which then worked) or just installed the tarball (forgoing the RPM). 
However this package refuses to build via source.

Thanks much?

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