Re: missing

On 10/15/2010 04:56 PM, Mirko Jankovic wrote:
Hmm... so.10 is there already along with all of that opensssl, but
also there is message that 6 is here as well, last message after

Maya2011_0_64-2011.0-419.x86_64 : Maya 2011 For Linux x64
Repo : installed
Matched from:
Filename : /usr/autodesk/maya2011-x64/support/openssl/

So it should be working but...
I'm gonna check in Maya manual as well but if anyone already have an
idea it would be great.
Thanks again!

On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 1:53 AM, Mirko Jankovic
<mailto:mirko.jankovic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

Actualy it is not old program, It is Maya 2011 so new one, on
Fedora 13 x64
I'm gona try couple of those things, I;ve already try some but
there are few tricks that I didn't know about so I'm gonna try
them now.
Thank you!

See this blog:

it probably provides some required functions/funtionality or a
dependency was not removed from the 2011 rpm package. this library was
included with the Maya 2010 release -
backburner_libs.sw.base-2008.1.3-330.i386.rpm package. doesn’t look like
it is shipped with 2011. could install 2010 version rpm

or try installing without the dependency rpm option --nodeps

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