Quote Originally Posted by aabdelkhalek View Post
I ran the checkdependencies file to find out the missing packages and installed most of them but I have a problem with the below list of packages

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package libstdc++47-devel is not installed
package check-devel is not installed
package gtk-doc is not installed
package libdc1394-devel is not installed
package mjpegtools-devel is not installed
package translation-update-upstream is not installed
package gstreamer-0_10-devel is not installed
package gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base-devel is not installed
When I try to install these packages they fail due to dependencies as below:
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Problem: nothing provides libstdc++6 >= 4.7.2_20130108-0.17.2 needed by libstdc++47-devel-4.7.2_20130108-0.17.2.x86_64
Problem: nothing provides check = 0.9.5 needed by check-devel-0.9.5-63.21.x86_64
Problem: nothing provides docbook_4 needed by gtk-doc-1.11-3.6.48.noarch
Problem: nothing provides libraw1394-11 = 2.0.7 needed by libraw1394-devel-2.0.7-3.5.18.x86_64 (libdc1394-devel)
Problem: nothing provides libraw1394-11 = 2.0.7 needed by libraw1394-devel-2.0.7-3.5.18.x86_64 (mjpegtools-devel)
Problem: nothing provides gettext-tools needed by translation-update-upstream-20130506-0.9.1.noarch
Problem: nothing provides check = 0.9.5 needed by check-devel-0.9.5-63.21.x86_64 (gstreamer-0_10-devel)
Problem: nothing provides check = 0.9.5 needed by check-devel-0.9.5-63.21.x86_64 (gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base-devel)
So how to install these packages?
You mentioned in another post that you have updated to SP3 but in doing so had encountered a conflict. That and the above may be linked. I think there's a problem with your repositories. libstdc++6-4.7.2_20130108-0.17.2 is in the SLED 11 SP3 Updates repo. check-0.9.5-63.21 is in the SLED 11 SP3 Pool repo (there haven't been any updates to it).
What's the output of
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$ zypper lr -u
$ zypper verify

Quote Originally Posted by aabdelkhalek View Post
To conclude the issue of the videos in that website, from my side, the only solution is to install pipelight, correct?
I can't see another way just now, but also I don't know if pipelight will work. The website in question is evidently not as smart as it could be regarding how it's serving up video. I've no idea what will make it viewable.