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Hello, I want to access my NSTF files, and so I decided to install Captive. I downloaded the RPM, and started it up. It begins to Read Package Headers, then ...
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    Captive Install Problem


    Hello,
    I want to access my NSTF files, and so I decided to install Captive. I downloaded the RPM, and started it up. It begins to Read Package Headers, then moves on to "Reading Individual Package Headers". It then stops there, and quits.

    I do not know what to do!?

    I Am running Red Hat 9, using GNOME.

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    try doing it form the command-line and see if it works like that. type rpm -ivh filename.rpm
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    Ok, I patched my kernel so I could install Lufs. I executed these commands:
    Code:
    [root@localhost]# ./configure [options]
    
    [root@localhost]# make
    
    [root@localhost]# make install
    They executed with no problem, but I dont know what to do next?

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