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  1. #11
    Administrator jayd512's Avatar
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    Feb 2008

    I'm stumped on it.
    But, as I mentioned, Fedora 12 is no longer maintained/supported.

    The only idea I have left is to paste those URL's into your browsers address bar, and save the files to your Downloads folder.
    cd into your Downloads directory.
    Then, attempt to install those files with
    rpm -ivh rpmfusion-free-release-12-1.noarch.rpm
    rpm -ivh rpmfusion-nonfree-release-12-1.noarch.rpm
    Honestly, if that doesn't work, then my advice is to try a newer version of Fedora.

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  2. #12
    Doesn't fedora have a graphical rpm package handler. Can't you just download the package then browse to the folder and open the package and fedora should handle it accordingly. Only thing is you might need dependencies that your system might not have, which it seems is always the case. So you'll need to get all dependencies taken care of first. which might be better handled with the command line after all.

  3. #13
    this is the code for finding out what dependencies are required for a package.

    rpm -qpR {.rpm-file}
    rpm -qR {package-name}

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