"David Bolt" wrote in message
news:viK5Di7IL6BHFwp1@dev.null.davjam.org...
> On Sat, 6 Oct 2007, Andrew Madsen wrote:-
>
>>I am trying to install libselinux onto a SuSE 10.1 laptop. It compalins
>>that
>>it cannot find a provider for textinfo. I then downloaded and tried to
>>install textinfo and it complained that there was no provider for
>>libselinux. Catch 22 or am I missing something here?

>
> If you're installing using the command line, add the --nodeps option and
> it will ignore dependencies. Once they're installed, open YaST, go into
> the software management and check the dependencies again.
>
>
> Regards,
> David Bolt
>
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> 32bit


This was a no-go it still did not install nor appear in YaST or YaST2 I ran
the command using -vv and then plucked the bz2 file form the SOURCES
directory. I extracted all that and ran:

make
make install

and that didn't work either.