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By Randell on December 5, 2011
Tweet First, download the AT&T Global Network Client from ftp://ftp.attglobal.net/pub/custom/ibm_linux/. If you try to install this using rpm -ivh agnclient-1.0-18.104.22.16803.i386 you will get an error similar to: failed to install file: agnclient-1.0-22.214.171.12403.i386 requires libcrypto.so.4 agnclient-1.0-126.96.36.19903.i386 requires libssl.so.4 To solve this error, create a symbolic link for the missing modules by executing commands similar to this as root: [...]
Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: Subversion Revision Graph 1.0.9
By Randell on November 28, 2011
Tweet Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: Subversion Revision Graph 1.0.9 (org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.graph.feature.feature.group 1.0.9) Missing requirement: Subversion Revision Graph 1.0.9 (org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.graph.feature.feature.group 1.0.9) requires ‘org.eclipse.draw2d 3.2.0′ but it could not be found If you happen to get this error while installing the Subclipse plugin on Aptana [...]
By Randell on November 19, 2011
Tweet This is pretty much the same as my post for Fedora 15, but I modified some details to make sure everything is relevant for Fedora 16. I also converted the steps that requires downloading and installing into one executable command, whenever possible. I also added the -y option to the yum commands so we [...]
Posted in Fedora, How-to | Tagged Alacarte, Aptana, Azureus, Calibre, chmsee, cmake, Fedora, Fedora 16, Filezilla, Firefox, GIMP, Google Chrome, Grip, Java SE SDK, LibreOffice, MySQL Workbench, OptiPNG, P7zip, pgadmin3, PulseCaster, PyLint, QT, RPM Fusion, SELinux, Skype, Unrar, VLC | 10 Responses
By Randell on November 2, 2011
Tweet sudo does the trick.
By Randell on August 1, 2011
Tweet Back in Gnome 2, we can simply right-clicked on a panel and chose “Create custom launcher” to create custom application launchers. But since the advent of Gnome 3, the panels where we add our frequently-used applications have been replaced with the Dash. Alacarte is a graphical menu editor that lets you edit, add, and [...]