problems with Installation of virtual box

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problems with Installation of virtual box

I am Trying to install Oracle virtual box.But it is giving me some error message.Unable to resolve dependencies for some packages selected for installation.Missing dependencies libSDL-1.2.so.0 is needed by pacakage virtual box 4.1
I am using RHEL5
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