how to install rpm package manager? :)))
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 16, 2005
i can't install packages with rpm. Rpm want a library file like libselinux.so.1 . how can i install rpm package manager or where can i get that library file?
can i find rpm package manager.tar.gz?
thanks sawran from turkey
how to install synaptics package manager in backtrack or ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 23, 2011
i'm having trouble bringing up network interfaces.
i can access to the internet on backtrack, but i can't find interfaces on terminal
so i searched websites and found a thread that looks similar with my case.
what he did for resolving the issue was download and install synaptic and
and the problem was solved he said.
so i want to do that too. but i have no idea how to install this.
i'm using backtrack and ubuntu on windows 7
i prefer the way to install in backtrack but ubuntu is ok too.
please help me out
install .rpm package 11.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 9, 2011
I have Dell Inspiron 1420. I installed Ubuntu 11.04. Works great. Even have wifi network connection. (had an issue with that...no idea what I did, but it is working fine, for now anyhow)
Downloaded nerolinux-22.214.171.124b-x86.rpm from nero website. (this is trial version)
Used alien to convert it to debian (sudo alien -d --scripts /location/nerolinux-126.96.36.199b-x86.rpm)
It converted with no apparent issues.
When I tried to install, it went to the software center installer, and I got the following message:
Lintian Check Results for location/fileneme: E:Nerolinux Maintainer-address-malformed. Told me package is faulty, and could seriously damage my computer. I re-downloaded the .rpm and went through the process again, with the same results. Is the .rpm from the website faulty, or is there a problem with my computer? I have talked to some who have had no such problems. In short, what is this telling me? Do I have a problem with my machine? Thanks.
can i install rpm package as nonroot user?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 17, 2004
i want to install some older version packages as a non-root user.
how can i do that? i tried rpm -ivh but failed and got this error:
"can't create transaction lock"
also tried to use --prefix, also failed because of this:
package is not relocatable
so what shall I do now since the non-root user really needs the package
in his own directory/path?
(new install)) How does one install Synaptic package manager... Aptitude cannot find
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 31, 2010
Doesn't seem to find it.... these are my sources (sources.list)
Using alien to install rpm package
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 25, 2012
I have a rpm package which consists of script files,properties files and jars.
On ubuntu 12.04 i am using alien to install my rpm package using:
sudo alien -icvk myrpmpackage.rpm
This installs the rpm package with script files and jars, but skips the properties files. I added option -c which includes only scripts.
How do i get properties file be included in installed package ?
Install synaptic package manager
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 23, 2014
How would I search to find which repository contains synaptic?
Thanks in advance.
suse install rpm package with all depends to computer that has no internet connectivity
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
Before reading, please attention, my processor is 64-bit and so my oS is Suse_10 for 64 bit.
I am trying to install wireshark on suse_10(64bit). The host does not have internet access. Therefore, I need to have all the files needed for installation; that is even the dependencies. This is to be able to install wireshark on a host with no internet connection. (Zypper, Yast would complain when no connection. It would try t go to net and find the dependencies.)
Currently, when I execute the rpm command like 'rpm -i wireshark-devel-1.2.8-2.8.x86_64.rpm', of course I get the errors that say, briefly, dependencies needed.
So, what I am looking for is the answer if I can make a "package" which has everything, and everything needed to be able to perform an flawless installation.
And of course, if the answer is yes, could you please tell me how?
I would really appreciate your help.
Or, a friend talked about "aptoncd". This works for ubuntu. This software can make the package I want, if I u
trying to install a package manager in backtrack2 (slax)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 30, 2007
hi there i've installed trackback2 (slax based) and i haven't found a gui package manager only a console based one "slapt-get" and it's not very good i've also found and installed a gtk gui for slapt-get witch makes it A LOT better but it's still not as good as synaptic so what i wanted to know is how do i install a gui package manager like synaptic package manager or smart package manager on slax?
also i've downloaded and tried to install synaptic package manager but when running ./configure i get this error:
"configure: error: You need the apt-pkg headers installed to compile synaptic."
Unable to install rpm package in Red Hat Linux
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I am using Red Hat Linux installed on VMWare ESXi.
I am using putty to access the machine.
I want to install xyz.noarch.rpm package on RHEL system.
When I try the command
rpm -ivh xyz.noarch.rpm
I get an error package already installed.
When I verify the same by using the rpm -q xyz.noarch.rpm.
I get response as package xyz.noarch.rpm is not installed.
I also tried with the uninstalling the same by using the command as rpm -ev xyz.noarch.rpm the also I get the same response as package xyz.noarch.rpm is not installed.
Can anybody help me to sort out the issue?
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