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RE: Experience with ATRPMS repository?



fedora-list-bounces redhat com wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 07, 2004 at 10:50:27AM -0500, Mark Haney wrote:
>> fedora-list-bounces redhat com wrote:
>>> On Tue, Dec 07, 2004 at 10:40:57AM -0500, Mark Haney wrote:
>>>> I agree.  I spent two hours last night trying to get the k3b-mp3
>>>> working and it turned out the problem was a busted library in an
>>>> ATRPMS binary I had installed.  This is not the first time those
>>>> lbraries have bit me in the butt.
>>> 
>>> There is no such package at ATrpms, could you detail the problem
>>> more specifically? 
>>> 
>>> If it's a bug, it will be fixed.
>> 
>> Actually, it wasn't in k3b-mp3.  There was a problem with id3tag or
>> some other library.
> 
> id3tag also isn't part of ATrpms.
> 
>> Honestly I simply don't remember which one it was, it was late last
>> night and I was dead tired.  I do know I had to blow it away and
>> install a patched library file as this library kept k3b from seeing
>> the mp3 plugin.  I know this isn't a lot of info, but I simply don't
>> remember which one it was that I needed to deal with.
> 
> Could it be probably something coming from another repo?
> Otherwise when you encounter such problems you should file
> bug reports on bugzillas or mailing list.

I am pretty certain it came from the AT repo, it had .at on the end of
the rpm, but like I said, I was almost in a comae from lack of sleep.  I
am pretty good about filing bugs, and to be honest of all the repos I
pull from I rarely have any serious issues.  If I can remember what I
was dealing with last night, I'll file a bug report.



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