Description of problem:
PostBooks can not be installed
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Reproducible consistently, 100% of the time
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Attempt to install PostBooks using "dnf install postbooks"
Installation fails with the error:
Problem: conflicting requests
- nothing provides qt5-qtbase(x86-64) = 5.10.1 needed by postbooks-4.10.1-19.fc28.x86_64
- nothing provides libQt5DesignerComponents.so.5(Qt_5.10.1_PRIVATE_API)(64bit) needed by postbooks-4.10.1-19.fc28.x86_64
PostBooks successfully installed.
I notice that the repo contains this package for "fc28" - should this even be in the Fedora 29 repo?
One other note - I did try "dnf clean all" followed by "dnf makecache" hoping that my cached repo information was just stale, but the result on attempting to install the package remains exactly the same.
I have the same problem. Doing some investigating, I found that I had qt5-qtbase installed on my system (Fedora 29). Since the qt5-qttools-libs-designercomponents package was not in my system, I installed it. Then I tried again to install postbooks. Still no go. I note that qt packages are version 5.11.3, while postbooks requires version 5.10.1. Either postbooks won't work with newer versions of the Qt software (which seems unlikely), or the rpm is just plain broken. As Pat pointed out above, the postbooks package is built for Fedora 28, not 29.
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