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Originally Posted by jwf perhaps a different distro may prove to be easier than beating this dead horse for much longer. (I have lots of free space on my Linux ...
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- 08-21-2005 #11Originally Posted by jwf
- 08-21-2005 #12
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Try disabling all yum repos except base (in /etc/yum.conf change enabled=0 for everything but base).
- 08-21-2005 #13Originally Posted by jwf
It's built on Gtk, which means it is great for Gnome (and Xfce). It will have much less dependencies and it will probably start a bit quicker than K3B on your sistem.Stumbling around the 'net:
- 08-21-2005 #14
installing K3b - resolved!
Bingo! Changing the yum.conf file did the trick!
Thank you a thing That was what I needed to know. Tell me, had I read the yum users guide inside and out, would this have come to light? How did you know this was going to be helpful?
Thanks again.Ubuntu 11.04 on IBM ThinkCentre
Fedora, VMware Player (windows xp,Knoppix 6.5) on Lenovo Laptop
GRUB Fedora / Windows 7, VMware Player (Windows 2008 server) on NCIX quad core PC.
- 08-21-2005 #15
one last update....
Update: got K3b installed OK, then found that the level I installed did not support .mp3 files. The k3b website: http://www.k3b.org/ did have information on another user that put together some update RPM's for FC3 & FC4. at version 12. Also the .rpm's were there to process mp3 files on version 12.
Just finished burning a cd an am now playing on my stereo. k3b is very easy to use.
Thanks guys for your help!