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OO 2.3 Install Problem

 
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Cherock
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:43 am    Post subject: OO 2.3 Install Problem Reply with quote

Have a problem on Load of RPM on Suse 10.1. See Image. Can't figure out what to do. Looks like I am missing a file xalan-j2, the other two appear to be loaded already. HELP.

<cherock/Downloads/OpenOffice_org-2.3.0.1.2-4.1.i586.rpm';echo RESULT=$?
error: Failed dependencies:
xalan-j2 is needed by OpenOffice_org-2.3.0.1.2-4.1.i586
libucbhelper3gcc3.so is needed by (installed) OpenOffice_org-kde-2.0.2-25.i586
OpenOffice_org = 2.0.2-25 is needed by (installed) OpenOffice_org-kde-2.0.2-25.i586
RESULT=1
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From the names of the RPM's it looks like you're installing Novell's build. I would suggest asking on the SuSE forum as this is a problem with their package dependencies and they should know more about it there.
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