qt libraires: fixed. g++ broken
bjkro at gmx.de
Wed Apr 19 22:38:01 UTC 2000
Luis De la Parra Blum wrote:
> $ldconfig -v|grep
> gave some errors of non-existing directories that were in ld.so.conf (that's
> how suse shipped, I hadn't touched anything there), and I got this:
> libqt.so.1=> libqt.so.1.33
There's no qt-1.33 on any of SuSE's distribution cd's since 6.0, so maybe
you just installed it over an existing distribution?
> checking for Qt... libraries /usr/bin/qt/lib, headers /usr/lib/qt/include
It can't be found in /usr/bin/* - there has to be /usr/lib/qt/lib.
Don't know how this could happen :-/
IS your $QTDIR set?
Check it with:
Has to be /usr/lib/qt, otherwise edit your /etc/profile
SuSE ships it with entries similiar to these (for QT):
<-----------cut from /etc/profile----------------->
# something for QT
if [ $MANPATH ]
if [ $LD_LIBRARY_PATH ]
if [ $CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH ]
export QTDIR PATH MANPATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH LIBRARY_PATH
> so it seems like g++ is actually NOT working, and it has nothing to do with
You need the pakages:
egcs (or gccfront - _never_ both together!!!)
and everything depending on these and:
(not together with qtdevel2 !!!)
> I just installed everything from the suse 6.3 cd, so, does that mean that suse
> is shipping a broken package?
No - not in this way - seems that you have broken your system ;)
It's often not the best thing installing _all_ packages, because some of
them exclude each other and then won't work in the way they should.
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