smeier at rz.uni-potsdam.de
Sat Jan 8 21:15:53 UTC 2000
Am Fri, 07 Jan 2000 schrieb paul simdars:
> Installationnn). Some of the items on the list did not seem to come
> with my distribution. I had autoconf and automake but I could not find
> GNU make (is that different than the automake?).
Yes, but "make" is installed by default on your system so don't worry. :-)
> As I said, I don't know what the name for the GNU make or gettext is so
> I don't know how to get the version from the console. And although
> I updatedd Qt from the CD, I have tried "QT --version", "Qt --version",
> and "qt --version" and get nothing. It should be installed but I don't
> know how to find out.
qt is library and can't started as a program. Please type "locate libqt" to
find your Qt lib.
> Anyway, that is what I have installed. I downloaded the "current
> snapshot" (I got the one for Qt 1.44). I did the "./configure", the
> "make" and "make install". It all seemed to go well. But I don't
> think it is installed. That is, there is no icon and I tried typing
> "KDevelop", "Kdevelop" and "kdevelop" on the console and it says the
> command is not found.
Please make sure that you have set the QTDIR and KDEDIR correctly. You should
also try a the binary rpm of KDevelop. The executable is named "kdevelop".
> Anywhere to go from here? Or if this is not the place to send this
> question, could you tell me where I might send it?
If you have other problems you can also send an email to the KDevelop
mailinglist, maybe someone with a redhat 6.0 can help you.
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