It is possible to build php with sqlite support?
I have successfully worked servers on FC3 with PHP4+sqlite (from DAG repo),
and now sqlite officially in Core.
I just installed Fedora 4 test 2 and all in all I am very happy with it.
The system feels much snappier than before, especially the
gnome-terminal feels like its had a nitro injection.
One thing that I didn't manange to get working on a fresh install of
Fedora Core test4 though was apt. After yum installing apt, I get this
trying to update it.
[root@localhost apt]# apt-get update
Fetching list of repositories/mirrors...
E: Failed to fetch mirror list file:
On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 08:24:03AM -0500, Justin Conover wrote:
> How do you just remove one version
rpm -e cups-1.1.23-14
> and why didn't yum handle that by default,
> is there some libs that require the old one.
No, unless you also have older versions of other packages installed.
> Can you explain all of those "extra" deps too? I don't remember the
> last time I printed from rhythmbox or sound-juicer... ;-) What am I
rhythmbox requires eel2
eel2 requires librsvg2
librsvg2 requires libgnomeprintui22
libgnomeprintui22 requires libgnomeprint22
libgnomeprint22 requires libgnomecups
libgnomecups requires cups
I think the last one is probably the incorrect one -- surely
libgnomecups only requires the cups-libs package to function, not a
CUPS scheduler to talk to (although that would make it more useful!).
> How do you just remove one version and why didn't yum handle that by
> default, is there some libs that require the old one.
yum remove cups-1.1.23-15
probably the transaction died half-way through.
On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 08:05:59AM -0500, Justin Conover wrote:
> Looks like cups needs to be rebuild against dbus 32?
> cups i386 1:1.1.23-15 installed 3.9 M
> cups i386 1:1.1.23-14 installed 3.9 M
Looks like you have 1:1.1.23-14 installed (which has old dependencies)
as well as 1:1.1.23-15 (which has the correct dependencies).
I am looking at a way to use a 486 laptop as an AP, and I see significant
advantages to using some derivative of Fedora. If packaging can be kept
the same, things like bash, linux-utils, and modutils can be shared.
I looked over source-based and embedded distros and the field looks
terribly splintered. It's hard to pick a distro which won't disappear
next week. Also, since most of them are amateurish operations, they
tend towards things like dietlibc or uclibc, busybox, etc. Such approach
is too limiting for my needs.
I am curious if anyone thought about starting some sort of "Small Server"
fork of Fedora. I figure it's not something that is a pure fantasy,
considering that Spot manages Aurora all by himself. Come to think of it,
what forks and derivatives of Fedora do we know?
According to this bugzilla entry:
Description of problem:
This kernel update appears to have been built with gcc-3.4.3,
while the compiler currently available on FC3 is gcc-3.4.2
This causes problems with some applications that require
additional kernel modules.
Please either release a gcc update, or a new kernel update that
was compiled with the current gcc.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):