On 8/10/23 12:28, Ger van Dijck wrote:
In the recent past I had problems with skipping packages with broken
dependencies : ffmpeg-libs , libavdevice : Dorian Rosse adviced to
install with " rpmfind ffmpeg-libs and libavdevice".
Tom Horsley did advice "dnf swap ffmpeg-free ffmpeg --allowerasing".
Result skip broken dependencies ffmpeg (new !) , ffmpeg-libs ,
libavdevice : So no result.
I solved the problem with dnf update ffmpeg --allowerase and all
problems where sollved.
Now Tom has a new problem with VLC player. Well so have I : What is
wrong with ffmpeg ?
Dnf wants to update Live 555 to 2023.06.20-2.f38 , when doing so the vlc
player cannot be launched anymore.
So I found the following solution "dnf install vlc" : The result a
downgrade on Live 555 and big surprice all (VLC) runs fine !
So do not update Live 555.
One way or another I have the impression that DNF is for the most of us
It has nothing particularly to do with dnf itself. The problem is
between the Fedora repos and rpmfusion repos. It's difficult to
coordinate releasing updates at the same time, so sometimes there is a
delay between dependent packages getting released. If you wait a few
days, it should be resolved.
If you install packages from rpmfusion, you have to realize that you
might occasionally have update issues.
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