[Mageia-dev] [RFC] new ldetect, using libkmod

Colin Guthrie mageia at colin.guthr.ie
Mon Jan 9 14:33:10 CET 2012

'Twas brillig, and Thomas Backlund at 09/01/12 11:39 did gyre and gimble:
> Thomas Backlund skrev 9.1.2012 13:38:
>> Colin Guthrie skrev 9.1.2012 13:28:
>>> [root at jimmy ~]# urpmi --media="CoreUpdatesTesting-64" ldetect
>>> A requested package cannot be installed:
>>> lib64ldetect0.12-0.12.0-0.5.mga2.x86_64 (due to unsatisfied
>>> libkmod.so.1()(64bit))
>>> Continue installation anyway? (Y/n) n
>>> Can't seem to find that file :s
>> you forgot about --search-media vs --media again :)
> and that would be --searchmedia

Yes, yes I did, but I blame TV for his example :D

However, what really tripped my up was this command:

[root at jimmy ~]# urpmi "libkmod.so.1()(64bit))"
No package named libkmod.so.1()(64bit))

But if you look closely, there is an extra ) in there.... so a
copy+paste error occurring between my chair and keyboard again!


I am clever sometimes.... honest! :p




Colin Guthrie

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