What happened to the Fedora packages?

Segin segin2005 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 22 18:48:20 CST 2006

Did you install the -devel packages for all of the dependecies? They 
contain the headers nessessrary for complimation. Also you need 

or you can try a slackware package, just untar the entire thing to / and 
delete /install afterwards

Neal Gompa wrote:

> Well, the system is a Pentium 4 2.8GHz HyperThreading with 512MB RAM, 
> so that is not the problem! It just always fails....
> On 3/22/06, *Segin* < segin2005 at gmail.com 
> <mailto:segin2005 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Neal Gompa wrote:
>     What happened to the Fedora packages? They have not been updated
>     since 0.9.2!!!! Right now it is at 0.9.10!!! Nearly every other
>     Linux distro supported has the up to date packages!!! And why does
>     the Red Hat packages site not go to the SourceForge site as it
>     does for SUSE packages and the others?? I have not really had the
>     guts to ask until now, because I thought that maybe there was a
>     slump, but now, its getting annoying!! And Fedora just released
>     Fedora Core 5 yesterday!!! Please tell me new packages will be
>     ready soon!!! Compiling WINE always crashes my computer, so I
>     prefer to use the RPMs...
>     Is your computer also a Pentium 166MHz with 32MB of RAM? ...
>     No, wait, even THAT can compile wine. Wine wasn't rated for 16MB
>     systems, sorry. </sarcasam>
>     Or in English: You need more RAM. When you run out of RAM, almost
>     all UNIXes and clones have a kernel panic. Linux does either that,
>     or it starts randomly killing off proccesses (your window manager,
>     X, init, and so on) depending on it config at compile time.
>     Please make sure you have enough swap, you have plenty of RAM
>     (512MB or more), all of your toolkit conponets (gcc, binutils,
>     etc.) are up to date, and that you don't have faulty hardware.

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