[Qgis-user] dependencies on OpenSuSE 11.1 KDE4
G. Paolo Sanino V.
research at leviathanchile.org
Tue Dec 30 17:21:02 EST 2008
Dear Brent and Otto,
Thanks you so much for your reply. It happened so fast, making such a
difference with other mailing list supports. No surprise why QGIS is so great.
I use it all the time in my job.
The repositories that you sent me are in fact the ones I have been looking on.
QGIS is not there yet, but I found it at:
However, dependencies fail missing only: libgeos-3.0.0.so()(64bit).
Then I will wait for it. Congratulations for this great application
Thanks a gain, and have a happy new year!
On Tue 30 Dec 2008 06:37:59 Otto Dassau wrote:
> Dear Gian,
> On Mon, 29 Dec 2008 20:36:39 -0300
> "G. Paolo Sanino V." <research at leviathanchile.org> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I just moved to the new openSUSE 11.1 (x86_64) with KDE 4.1.3.
> > Not that happy with the changes but too late to walk back...
> > Under OS11.0 is was as simple as use Yast, search for Qgis and thet
> > getting installed. However, in 11.1 qgis does not shows up on the
> > defaults list of application packages. Then after adding several
> > repositories it shows up at "factory". As well as from www.opensuse.org,
> > the one clik utility worked fine in finding qgis under OpenSuSE-Factory.
> > However, using the online tool or Yast
> > with the repositories, I cannot get QGIS installed due to the missing:
> > libgeos-3.0.0.so()(64bit).
> > Looking at RPM find and other sites, I found two packages that contain
> > this library but no way to install any of them, as they present even more
> > failed dependencies during the attempts.
> > Is this happening to somebody else? if so, have you found a workaround to
> > get qgis installed in this distro?
> > Thanks a lot! and congratulations for the great work on QGIS.
> I just started to create QGIS 1.0.0 packages for OpenSUSE at the OpenSUSE
> Application:Geo server. Don't know if that is where you have been looking
> for QGIS?
> Most versions are done, but there are some dependencies failing for 11.1
> and factory yet. I will have a look to fix this soon, before we have the
> official QGIS release.
> > Gian
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