[kde-solaris] qt on solaris
ssnkumar at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 21 12:34:40 CET 2005
If you are using gcc, then place CC=gcc in your Makefile (or configure script)
If you open these two in text mode and search, you will see that at some place
it use CC=cc. So change this.
--- truename <coralbird at yeah.net> wrote:
> hi, I want to compile qt 3.3.4 on solaris 10, but wrong as follow :
> this is the Qt/X11 Open Source Edition
> You are licensed ......
> Creating qmake.Please wait ...
> CC -c -o projict.0 ....
> gmake:cc:Command not found
> gmake: *** [project.o] error 127
> qmake failed to build .aborting.
> I have looked up much documents. This wrong means I
> don't install solaris cc compiler,but solaris cc compiler is not free
> how can I do? can i use gcc to replace cc,but how can i do it?
> Could anyone to give me a answer? Best wishes to You!
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