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Mad Soft's avatar

Would there be any chance for you to add MPlayer 1.5 in your repo?


Eric Schirra's avatar

Theoretically yes. But maybe there are license problems? Because it surprises me that there is no single version in opensuse repo. With Packman there is mplayer. Maybe better write to the amintainer, if he could update mplayer.



Anonymous User's avatar

Hi, I followed the advice you gave me re. FileZilla and switched to FileZilla 3.66.1 from your home repository. Unfortunately when trying to launch it on openSUSE Leap 15.5 I am getting the following error: filezilla: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib64/libfzclient-commonui-private-3.66.1.so: undefined symbol: _ZN4pugi10xml_writerD2Ev The libfzclient*.so seems is part of the FileZilla package itself. Would you be able to help with debugging that / can you reproduce the error?


Eric Schirra's avatar
maintainer bugowner

Hello, I always test my packages myself. And here it also runs under Leap 15.5 without a problem. So I can't really help you. Try reinstalling the two or three packages. filezilla, filezilla-lang and libfilezilla41. PS: Next time please write directly under the respective package.


Anonymous User's avatar

I managed to debug the linker issue and the problem seems to be that your filezilla build depends on a symbol that is only available in version 1.14 of libpugixml1, but the dependencies specified for your package only state a requirement of libpugixml1 >= 1.7, which is why zypper did not switch that package from the default repository (which provides it in version 1.13) to your home repository when I switched the repository for the filezilla package. After switching libpugixml1 manually, everything works. (Next time I'll start the comment thread below the affected package itself. I was not aware that I could do that, so thanks for pointing that out to me.)


Eric Schirra's avatar
maintainer bugowner

okay. Have removed newer libpugxml1 and use the older from 15.5 repo. Now it should run without error. And will be pushed to network repo when newer version are available.

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