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Re: [kde] About Kmid

Patrick Hobbis posted on Sat, 14 Feb 2015 19:09:26 -0800 as excerpted:

> Hello gang I am trying to build a small musician distro and really don't
> want wine and vanbasco.
> I was able to find a .deb and it installed on Ubuntu12.04 but in 14.04
> it says I am missing resources kdelids?????
> I could really use a .deb for Kmid that will work with Ubuntu 14.04 or
> some one to teach me to compile it, but if the resource is missing then
> what?
> Lost gang but love Kmid, the best midi karaoke player on linux.

Please don't post in HTML.  Plain text is good. =:^)  (You posted in 

That "kdelids" is almost certainly a typo for kdelibs, thus explaining 
why you can't find it! =:^(  If it wasn't your typo and the deb for it is 
actually requiring "kdelids", then the package maintainer or whoever 
threw together that deb must have typoed.

While I've never run a debian-based distro[1], most package management 
systems have a way to "fake" a requirement, normally for the case of you 
building it manually instead of installing a package, but usable in this 
case to fake kdelids, since it's almost certainly kdelibs, which will be 
installed if you're running anything kde-related at all.

The other alternative would be to rebuild the deb with the correct 
requirements, and/or ask whoever built it to do so, filing a bug or 
whatever, as necessary.

Of course if you're not running anything kde-based, kdelibs won't 
normally be pulled in, but you should be able to install it, either 
directly or by installing something else kde-based that pulls it in.

[1] I run the ebuild-script-based gentoo now and for over a decade, but 
ran the rpm-based mandrake back when I first switched to freedomware 
instead of accepting the authorization protocol eXPrivacy would have 
required, from late 2001 to early 2004.  So even my rpm experience is now 
a decade outdated, tho the general functionality is of course still 

Duncan - List replies preferred.   No HTML msgs.
"Every nonfree program has a lord, a master --
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