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So I want to use cheese to capture video from my webcam.

When I try to install by

yum install cheese

I get following errors -

Error: Package: 2:cheese-3.4.1-1.fc17.armv6hl (pidora)
       Requires: libgnome-desktop-3.so.2
Error: Package: frei0r-plugins-1.3-8.fc18.1302280219kf.armv6hl (pidora)
       Requires: libopencv_gpu.so.2.4
Error: Package: 2:cheese-3.4.1-1.fc17.armv6hl (pidora)
       Requires: libcogl.so.9
Error: Package: 2:cheese-libs-3.4.1-1.fc17.armv6hl (pidora)
       Requires: libcogl.so.9
Error: Package: frei0r-plugins-1.3-8.fc18.1302280219kf.armv6hl (pidora)
       Requires: libopencv_nonfree.so.2.4
Error: Package: gstreamer-plugins-bad-free-0.10.23-8.fc17.armv6hl (pidora)
       Requires: libvpx.so.0
Error: Package: 2:cheese-libs-3.4.1-1.fc17.armv6hl (pidora)
       Requires: libgnome-desktop-3.so.2

The problem is, I can't find which packages to install to meet these dependencies. When I try, I get:

No package libgnome-desktop-3.so.2 available.
No package libopencv_gpu.so.2.4 available. 
No package libcogl.so.9 available. 
No package libopencv_nonfree.so.2.4 available. 
No package libvpx.so.0 available. 
No package libgnome-desktop-3.so.2 available. 
Error: Nothing to do

How should I fix it?

  • I wish I knew what the equivalent of 'apt-cache policy cheese' is in yum. – XTL Sep 27 '13 at 7:35
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Each one of those packages needs to be installed.

sudo yum install libgnome-desktop-3.so.2 libopencv_gpu.so.2.4 libcogl.so.9 libopencv_nonfree.so.2.4 libvpx.so.0 libgnome-desktop-3.so.2
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    No package libgnome-desktop-3.so.2 available. No package libopencv_gpu.so.2.4 available. No package libcogl.so.9 available. No package libopencv_nonfree.so.2.4 available. No package libvpx.so.0 available. No package libgnome-desktop-3.so.2 available. Error: Nothing to do – user8642 Jul 24 '13 at 18:12
  • Based on my googling, it looks like you need to install gnome desktop. – Jacobm001 Jul 24 '13 at 20:38
  • Installing package gnome-desktop solved absolutely nothing. – user8642 Jul 24 '13 at 21:16
  • I think those are provided by gnome-desktop3; gnome-desktop is version 2. – Craig Sep 24 '13 at 20:51
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    No, if a package has dependencies that can't be found, then something is wrong in your repositories! – XTL Sep 27 '13 at 7:34

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