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Month: July 2012

Re: [trinity-users] libogg0 conflicts with libogg0:i386 under ubuntu precise

From: Jeffry Johnston <jeff@...>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2012 12:22:24 -0700
On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 11:36 AM, Julius Schwartzenberg
<julius.schwartzenberg@...> wrote:
> Timothy Pearson wrote:
>>> Timothy Pearson wrote:
>>>>> Stefan Endrullis wrote:
>>>>>> I'm using trinity on a 64 bit Ubuntu precise (12.04) installation and
>>>>>> I want to report a very annoying bug caused by a package conflict of
>>>>>> libogg0 from the trinity repository:
>>>>>> Since trinity's libogg0 conflicts with Ubuntu libogg0:i386 several 32
>>>>>> bit applications such as adobe reader can no longer be installed on 64
>>>>>> bit trinity installations.
>>>>>> Is there really a conflict between libogg0 and libogg0:i386 that needs
>>>>>> to be in the package definition or can one just remove this tag?
>>>>> *BUMP*
>>>>> This problem is still there and causing major issues on recent Ubuntu
>>>>> installations. Is there any reason for Trinity to ship its own libogg0?
>>>> Only to provide a .la file that was removed some time ago by Ubuntu
>>>> upstream.  3.5.13 needed that file to build, R14 may not due to build
>>>> system fixes.
>>> Would it be possible to remove the offending packages from the
>>> repository? This would solve all the multi-arch issues. Another option
>>> would be adding "Multi-Arch: same".
>>> Julius
>> Just so I fully understand the problem, is this problem occurring with the
>> nightly builds on Precise, or is it occurring with the 3.5.13 repository
>> forcibly installed onto Precise?
> I have this problem with the nightly builds on Precise and had it with
> 3.5.13 as well. I expect that all previous Ubuntu version with
> multi-arch support are also broken by this however. This would be
> version 11.04 and later.
> Julius

For me, I was fine on Oneiric (11.10), it only happened when I
upgraded to Precise (12.04). Happened in both 3.5.13 (TDE's official
Oneiric repo) and (Slavek's Precise repo). Those are the only
ones I've tried.