On Sun, 26 Feb 2012 20:14:50 +0100 Michael Lampe wrote: > Frank Cox wrote: > > > A dependency is supposed to be something that's required for a program to > > work. Removing the dependency from the rpm won't magically make a program > > work if it really does require the functionality provided by that > > dependency. > > It's there. > > Just not registered with rpm. -- Intel's fault, I cannot do anything > about it. Then the solution I posted will solve the problem. The easiest way to do it is this: yum install rpmdevtools rpmdev-setuptree rpm -i nameofsrcrpm.src.rpm cd ~/rpmbuild/SPECS vi nameofspecfile.spec Edit the dependency list to suit. rpmbuild -ba nameofspecfile.spec That's it. You now have a new .src.rpm and binary rpm. -- MELVILLE THEATRE ~ Real D 3D Digital Cinema ~ www.melvilletheatre.com www.creekfm.com - FIFTY THOUSAND WATTS of POW WOW POWER!