I’ve installed Google Earth in my OMV 2014.
There is a known problem with Google Earth under Linux: it cannot show Panoramio images, because some library problems. The question is that the solution is known: there’s a file that include the problematic libraries modified. The libraries can be copied to the Google Earth directory (commonly, /opt/google/earth/free) so Google Earth uses those modified libraries and Panoramio images can be seen.
The problem is, after getting the new libraries, a new dependency appear: libssl.so.10. And that library is not included in OpenMadriva:
$ urpmf libssl.so.10 $ urpmf libssl.so lib64ssl1.0.0:/lib64/libssl.so.1.0.0 lib64openssl-devel:/usr/lib64/libssl.so lib64openssl-devel:/usr/lib64/libssl.so lib64ssl1.0.0:/lib64/libssl.so.1.0.0 libopenssl-devel:/usr/lib/libssl.so libssl1.0.0:/lib/libssl.so.1.0.0 libssl1.0.0:/lib/libssl.so.1.0.0 libopenssl-devel:/usr/lib/libssl.so
Ok. The library is not present. But surely I can get it in some general RPM repository. I used to use rpm.pbone.net. But there’s a bad news: rpm.pbone.net doesn’t includes OpenMandriva. It includes the old Mandriva, Mageia, Fedora and others RPM-based distros. But OpenMandriva is not present.
Sadly, another common source of RPMs, rpmfind.net, doesn’t includes OpenMandriva either.
Why are we so ignored?
Do those sites requiere some sort of registration? Or do they decide who’s in and who’s out?