Tue Aug 30 15:47:41 CEST 2005
either in LD_LIBRARY_PATH (which is a no-no with CSW
packages) or PATH. CSWqt and CSWqtgcc can live
together on your cmputer, but carefully how you set up
your environment variables.
I think Darin pinted out the issue so I won't
elaborate. Let me know if you still run into issues.
~Ken Mays @ EarthLink, Inc.
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> 1. Re: CSWqt libqt-mt (v.3.3.3) conflicts with
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> (v.3.3.4) (Darin Perusich)
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> Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 07:47:03 -0400
> From: Darin Perusich
> <Darin.Perusich at cognigencorp.com>
> Subject: Re: [kde-solaris] CSWqt libqt-mt (v.3.3.3)
> conflicts with
> KDE-gcc libqt-mt (v.3.3.4)
> To: "For people using KDE on Solaris, with questions
> about KDE or
> Solaris" <kde-solaris at mail.kde.org>
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> hi bob,
> are you using kde 3.3.1 or 3.4.1? there are 2 QT
> packages released by
> blastwave, CSWqt and CSWqtgcc. KDE is built against
> the CSWqtgcc
> package, the both install into /opt/csw/kde_gcc. i'm
> running 3.3.1 and
> have both of the QT packages installed and am not
> having any problems.
> do you have LD_LIBRARY_PATH set? if you do unset it
> as it will cause
> problems. we build all blastwave packages so you do
> not need it set.
> which QT and KDE packages to you have installed,
> 'pkg-get -c |egrep
> "(kde|qt)" |grep -v "Not installed"'?
> submit a bug at http://www.blastwave.org/bugtrack/,
> you'll need to
> create an account but don't worry you won't get
> spamed only notified
> about said bug.
> i'd also sign up for the blastwave users list and
> post this message
> there. i know it sounds wierd but this message
> really belongs on that
> list as this problem is very specific to the
> blastwave packages.
> BobC wrote:
> > Hi KDE users-
> > But, I experienced a problem I thought I'd let
> folks know about (with
> > a workaround).
> > I installed VLC from blastwave after I installed
> KDE from blastwave
> > (and unfortunately walked away from my box for a
> week on a business
> > trip). When I got back and logged in, kded would
> die and dump core
> > every time. After spending many mornings and
> nights, I finally
> > discovered what was happening.
> > On startup, kded was using
> /opt/csw/lib/libqt-mt.so.3 from CSWqt,
> > instead of /opt/csw/kde-gcc/lib/libqt-mt.so.3. The
> > /opt/csw/lib/libqt-mt.so* libs are symbollically
> linked to
> > /opt/csw/lib/libqt-mt.so.3.3.3 while KDE needed
> libqt-mt.so.3.3.4 from
> > /opt/csw/kde-gcc/lib.
> > So it appears there *could* be a package conflict
> between kde-gcc and
> > anything else that needs libraries from CSWqt
> (that live in
> > /opt/csw/lib).
> > To fix it, I created appropriate symbolic llinks
> from the libqt-mt
> > libraries in /opt/csw/lib to the libraries in
> > But, this now breaks my package database and the
> pkging repository
> > (amoung other things), and I have to *assume*
> libqt-mt.so.3.3.3 is
> > fully backward compatible with libqt-mt.so.3.3.4
> (which might not be a
> > safe assumption), but it appears most of my other
> apps work from what
> > I can tell.
> > So my question is, how else could I fix this
> without breaking my
> > packaging, kde-gcc or the other CSW apps that
> depend on CSWqt out of
> > /opt/csw/lib (knowing there are apps that may need
> both versions of
> > qt-mt) ?
> > I've thought about submitting this as a
> bug/package conflict on
> > blastwave's bug tracking system if that would
> help.... anyway, any
> > other suggestions about how to more gracefully fix
> "versioned dynamic
> > linking" without recompiling or breaking other
> apps would be greatly
> > appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Bob
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> Darin Perusich
> Unix Systems Administrator
> Cognigen Corp.
> darinper at cognigencorp.com
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