Unable to install ocs-url-3.1.0 on Fedora 39

I’ve downloaded ocs-url from this page:

# dnf install ocs-url-3.1.0-1.x86_64.rpm 
Last metadata expiration check: 4:46:46 ago on Tue 06 Feb 2024 01:14:09 AM UTC.
Error: 
 Problem: conflicting requests
  - nothing provides libQt5Svg5 >= 5.2.0 needed by ocs-url-3.1.0-1.x86_64 from @commandline
  - nothing provides libqt5-qtquickcontrols >= 5.2.0 needed by ocs-url-3.1.0-1.x86_64 from @commandline
(try to add '--skip-broken' to skip uninstallable packages)

Any help with this?

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It looks like they need to re-build their RPM against the latest Fedora 39 repos. Best to file a bug with them since there’s not anything Fedora folks can do here.

I also see that they note Fedora 20/22 on that page? They should probably also update that…

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Is even possible to report a bug in that website?

I don’t know. One assumes they have some sort of mailing list or channel for users to report issues to?

(PS: the last commit to the code was a number of years ago. I don’t think this is an actively maintained project so you may not get a lot of help)

From https://www.open-collaboration-services.org/:

Currently, Nextcloud implements and develops the OCS API, with parts also supported in various other projects and by many third party apps and tools.

Find the current OCS API definition in the Nextcloud developer documentation.

with is a link to Nextcloud. Fedora has several Nextcloud packages, including:

nextcloud.noarch : Private file sync and share server
nextcloud-client.x86_64 : The Nextcloud Client
nextcloud-client-devel.x86_64 : Development files for nextcloud-client
nextcloud-client-libs.x86_64 : Common files for nextcloud-client
nextcloud-client-nautilus.x86_64 : nextcloud client nautilus extension

as well as Nextcloud ad-on packages for for httpd (Apache), mysql, nginx, postgressql, and sqlite.

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