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Re: Indy Setup and Other Stuff

On Mon, 03 Apr 2000, Rag3001@aol.com wrote:
> Hey,
>          Ok, here goes.
> I downloaded version 6.0-0.8.
> I have a Pentium 266 /w MMX.
> 256MB RAM.
> VooDoo3 2000 PCI

As far as I know this card is supported w/XFree86-3.3.4 included in 
this release.

> Sound Blaster Live! X-Gamer
> 31/2 Floppy
> 100MB IDE Iomega Zip Drive
> 4x2x24 Memorex CD-RW
> 36x BTC CD-ROM
> 5.1Gig Quantum Hard Drive
> Indy is installed on a 1819MB partition

Should be enough room, even w/everything installed.

> I used the locate command on the file and it found it in these
> locations: /usr/X11R6/bin/libXmu.so.6
> /usr/X11R6/lib/libXmu.so.6

The above directory is where it should be.
> /usr/X11R6/share/libXmu.so.6
> /usr/i386-glibc20-linux/lib/libXmu.so.6
> /usr/i486-linux-libc5/lib/libXmu.so.6
> :Note:  The first three are there because I copied them myself while
> : trying
> to get it to work.
> As for the question on corrupted RPMS:  I have NO clue I cant even
> get a workable tree.
> And the install offering to setup X:  It did, but it came up with
> errors, they were:
> It said it failed to start X in probing mode and that I should
> configure my video board my-self .  Also the next probing area, after
> that, it said there was a problem with my configuration and whether
> or not I would like to go back.  And I KNOW my configuration was
> fine, but...

I don't have any experience w/Voodoo cards, but it should work.

> I also tried the command you gave me:
> rpm -ivh -nodeps -force -X*.rpm

I'm sorry Robert. It should have been:
rpm -ivh --nodeps --force X*.rpm (notice two "--" dashes)

I must have been tired when I posted. I get up very early!

> And it said that the options were invalid, when I tried with no
> options it gave me a tree looking diagram...
Those were all the options for rpm.

I don't know Robert, but it looks like Jean synced the site. Some of 
the dates have changed, but I'd give it a little more time to be sure.

R.G. Mayhue