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Tribler for Fedora 25

asked 2016-12-28 06:07:32 -0600

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I recently installed the "unitedrpms" repo; and discovered an app called "Tribler" among the offerings. This is an anonymous TOR like file sharing program. When trying to install it I received the following message:

Last metadata expiration check: 1:18:22 ago on Wed Dec 28 06:42:41 2016.
Error: nothing provides openssl-full needed by tribler-6.6.0-1.exp1.2.noarch
(try to add '--allowerasing' to command line to replace conflicting packages)

I looked in yumex-dnf and indeed there was no such package available; however, I did have all the openssl packages available for my architecture installed. I suspect one of the installed packages provides the necessary dependencies and all that would be necessary would be to link to them; but I have no way to determine what they might be or how 'many' of them there might be. In fact the number could be unreasonable.

Has anyone managed to install this app and what was the solution?

Thanks

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answered 2016-12-29 14:14:18 -0600

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I see mention of unitedrpms having openssl-full, but I can't find the package anywhere on their sites. Personally, I would avoid that repository, but if it has the software you want, then be careful.

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Yeah, I remember having problems with unitedrpms in '24. I installed it before rpmfusion, then when I wanted to install a 'fusion app dnf wanted to remove all my unitedrpms apps and their dependencies. This time I installed rpmfusion first, and then installed handbrake, which I wanted. I didn't get any issues then. Also, some of the unitedrpm fusion apps seem broken; gnome-mpv sure does. The progress bar is completely missing.

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answered 2016-12-29 08:38:32 -0600

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Try dnf install open ssl dnf install open ssl libs Otherwise google fedora 25 open ssl-full rpm files. download and install

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