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Old 22nd April 2008, 07:43 AM
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Unhappy GNOME Desktop Install Using Yum in Fedora 7

Hi List,
I have tried to install Gnome Desktop Using yum groupinstall "GNOME Desktop Environment"
after that i'm getting the follow dependency errors. I tried to install those packages also, but there no package called "NetworkManager"

Error: Missing Dependency: NetworkManager = 1:0.6.6-1.fc7 is needed by package NetworkManager-gnome
Error: Missing Dependency: NetworkManager-devel = 1:0.6.6-1.fc7 is needed by package NetworkManager-glib-devel

please help...

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