There appears to be on the order of 340MB of -doc, -docs, and -javadoc
i386 packages in the x86_64 development repository. Presumably these will
be nearly identical to the x86_64 versions. Perhaps it might be
worthwhile excluding them? Not worth the effort if we are just going to
move to arch specific repositories...
I was attempting to package up the GPL'ed version of the sysinfo:/ kioslave
for Fedora, when I ran into a brick wall; sysinfo requires hwinfo. I don't
seem to recall if hwinfo was ever in Fedora?
Please avoid sending me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
Try to launch pidgin (again in rawhide), from the terminal and it returns:
[dhunter@localhost ~]$ pidgin
pidgin: error while loading shared libraries: libpurple.so.0: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
What needs to be fixed? What do I need to check?