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PostPosted: Wednesday, 13.Jan.2010 15:11    Post subject: System event scheduler   Reply with quote   

Hi Michal,

you just added System Event Scheduler to the frontpage. But it can't be installed, there seems to be a conflict in one of the libraries, so the program will not install. How did you install it?
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PostPosted: Wednesday, 13.Jan.2010 15:28    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

I installed it without any problems. That's why I added it to the Software catalog. If I couldn't install it, I wouldn't list it....

Maybe the conflict is caused by a library installed on your device by some other 3rd party program, which I don't have installed and that's why I did not experience any dependency conflicts....?
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PostPosted: Wednesday, 13.Jan.2010 19:31    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

The application doesn't even appear in the library for me. Perhaps there was an issue and it was pulled.
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PostPosted: Wednesday, 13.Jan.2010 21:14    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Thanx Michal

No, it 's there alright. There is a conflict with RDSnotify which uses the same library. I deinstalled that program and SES (system event scheduler) installed without problems.
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PostPosted: Thursday, 14.Jan.2010 07:14    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

I have the same problem too. it saids libqt4-maemo5-network in conflict. how do i find out which applications are conflicting with it? when i go uninstall to check on application details, only some of them lists what packages they are using.
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PostPosted: Thursday, 14.Jan.2010 08:23    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

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The application doesn't even appear in the library for me. Perhaps there was an issue and it was pulled.

The application is in Extras-Devel repository so you won't see it unless you have THAT repository configured and enabled in App Manager.

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I have the same problem too. it saids libqt4-maemo5-network in conflict. how do i find out which applications are conflicting with it?

Before Maemo guys removed Red Pill Mode it was quite easy. You could enable the Red Pill mode and its option to show dependencies, go to Uninstall, and check the details of the dependency in question where it would report which installed packages depend on it. But since Red Pill mode has been removed, it's not that easy anymore.

Hopefully you can still use dpkg in the X Terminal to check which installed packages depend on that library. Type dpkg --help for a list of options.
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