I've been updating the bundled libraries wiki for avidemux but the
wiki doesn't seem to be handling strike-through text properly.
Anyone know why that is?
An alternative would be to create a new column showing the package
name+EVR that fixed it.
Summary: no mythtv-themes 0.24 package exists for Fedora 15
Product: Package Reviews
Component: Review Request
Depends on: 1525
Estimated Hours: 0.0
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1525 +++
attempts to install mythtv 0.24-6 on Fedora 15 fail with unmet dependency.
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Error: Package: mythtv-0.24-6.fc15.x86_64 (rpmfusion-free-rawhide)
Requires: mythtv-themes = 0.24
Available: mythtv-themes-0.22-1.fc12.noarch (rpmfusion-free-rawhide)
mythtv-themes = 0.22-1.fc12
Can there please be a mythtv-themes-0.24-1.fc15.noarch created.
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I'm getting a sound card that requires a newer version of the kernel
than F14 provides. (I need 2.6.38)
I was able to build and install a F15 pretty easily and after a bit of
poking around was able to manually make the nvidia-kmod package build
for the F15 kernel by overriding the kernel lists:
rpmbuild --define='kernels $(uname -r)' -bb...
I still don't completely understand how the newest/current kernel
version files interact but I would really like to get an akmod package
built so I don't have to manually roll the kmod package every time I
update the kernel.
What's the secret to that? I tried commenting out the buildforkernels
macro but that didn't seem to do it, presumably since it's still using
the kernel versions in the
BTW, the new 270.41.06 drivers are working well on my GTS450..