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Re: [vox-tech] newbie now having trouble with pico
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Re: [vox-tech] newbie now having trouble with pico

Install Pine.  Pico comes with it, and Pine comes with any
reasonable Linux distribution.

Rod Roark, Sunset Systems     http://www.sunsetsystems.com/
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On Saturday 25 January 2003 03:53 pm, Katie wrote:
> problem #2 of ??????? :-)
> So now I'm trying to install pico.  I downloaded it and tried
> installation through KPackage, but was told I needed:
> libtinfo.so.5
> I looked it up on rpmfind and it said it was contained in
> ncurses-5.2-34.i686(ori386).rpm
> which I downloaded, but when I tried to install it I got:
> <ome/katie/.kpackage/ncurses-5.2-34.i686.rpm;echo RESULT=$?
> error: failed dependencies:
> 	libncurses5 = 5.2 is needed by libncurses5-devel-5.2-27mdk
> 	libncurses5 >= 5.2 is needed by php-readline-4.2.3-1mdk
> 	libncurses5 is needed by scli-0.2.9-2mdk
> 	libpanel.so.5   is needed by python-2.2.1-13mdk
> This doesn't make sense to me.  What do I do?
> Katie

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