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Hi there...

There has been many threads about this one, but I can't find anything useful what so ever about installing catorise. I tried everything what can be tried, reinstalling my maemo, deleting apps, reinstalling them, etc.

Tried what som3a tried in this thread http://188.117.59.209/showthread.php?t=85796 and it's not working at all.

Can some one help me please??
 
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if you don't know to do that it's hard to explain
terminal
root
apt-get install liblocale-gettext-perl
apt-get install -f
try that
 

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I know how to do that, I was just missing that last line of code. Trying right now, thank you for the quick reply.
 
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tle last line is for fixing dependcies , you use that if you have installed already catorise and can't use it due to missing dependcies
otherwive after the last line use :
apt-get install catoriseplus
 

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It finally worked, Alecsandru and som3a are the one you should say thanks.

You must have rootsh installed or else this will not work!!!!

1. Open X terminal.

2. Write sudo gainroot.

3. Write apt-get update (wait until updating is finished, takes about 30 sceonds).

4. Write apt-get install -f.

5. Write apt-get install liblocale-gettext-perl.

6. After that, you have some code writing on it's own and at the end of it, it's asks you to install it, write y (for yes).

7.Wait until it finishes and the install catorise.
 
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Originally Posted by Alecsandru View Post
tle last line is for fixing dependcies , you use that if you have installed already catorise and can't use it due to missing dependcies
otherwive after the last line use :
apt-get install catoriseplus
Thanks for that info, it was useful, except no one said or wrote that you have to aprove the installation of the liblocale.
 
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the apt-get update command is a must-know one on the n900(the aproval one ''y'' is the same thing )
glad i could help , i've learned many things from this forum , i try to share what i've learned here to the other users.good day.enjoy your phone.
 
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Originally Posted by Alecsandru View Post
tle last line is for fixing dependcies , you use that if you have installed already catorise and can't use it due to missing dependcies
otherwive after the last line use :
apt-get install catoriseplus

after typing apt-get install catoriseplus

couldnt find package catoriseplus

menu is in catorise view now...
 
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im getting this error. is there anyway to solve this. already tried the updates and fix command.

Unpacking catorise (from .../catorise_0.8.2_all.deb) ...
Setting up catorise (0.8.2) ...
Can't locate Locale/gettext.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /opt/catorise/lib /etc/perl /usr/local/lib/perl/5.8.3 /usr/local/share/perl/5.8.3 /usr/lib/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 /usr/lib/perl/5.8 /usr/share/perl/5.8 /usr/local/lib/site_perl .) at /opt/catorise/catorise line 12.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /opt/catorise/catorise line 12.
dpkg: error processing catorise (--configure):
subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 2
Errors were encountered while processing:
catorise
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
/home/user # --configure
/bin/sh: --configure: not found
 
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gettext.pm is in /usr/lib/perl5/Locale and is part of liblocale-gettext-perl.
I see you have /usr/lib/perl5 on the list. Reinstall liblocale-gettext-perl, perhaps?
 
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