qt libraires: fixed. g++ broken

Ken Brakey brakeykr at poncacity.net
Thu Apr 20 03:22:09 UTC 2000


On MY system:
/usr/lib/qt is a symbolic link to /usr/local/qt-1.44
MY QTDIR is set to /usr/local/qt-1.44,  UNLESS I change it to
QTDIR=/usr/local/qt-2.1.0-beta4
NO PROBLEM, so far (Knock on wood)
Ken


Luis De la Parra Blum wrote:

> Hi everyone...
>
> > 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?
> >
> Nope, before I was using RedHat 6.0 and had another partition for windows. Then
> I decided to give  SuSE a try and installed 6.3,  while I was at it I also
> got rid of  windows once and for all. that means that i repartitioned the whole
> HD, so I don't think anything could be from a previous install =)
>
> The qt (1.33) that I'm talking about was installed in a directory
> /usr/i486-linux-libc5/lib. I don't know, maybe they still ship 1.33 just in
> case some old program needs'em, but yes, they are not in the QTDIR anymore...
> hmm. I just checked it, and it came in a package called 'shlibs5' just in case
> you want to take a look at it.
>
> > > 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
>
> yes, it's /usr/lib/qt/lib and /usr/lib/qt/include, I made a mistake typing, but
> that's, what i meant. sorry =(
> >your $QTDIR set? > Check it with: > echo "$QTDIR"
>
> yes, QTDIR is set to /usr/lib/qt, that was the first that I checked =)
>
> > You need the pakages:
> > egcs (or gccfront - _never_ both together!!!)
> > gcc
> > gpp
> > gppshare
> > libgpp
>
> I got gcc, gccfront,gccinfo,gppshare,and libgpp. The rest that I mean when I
> say that I installed almost all from there are a bunch of  libraries that says
> that are needed for "compiling and linking binaries that will run in SuSE 6.1
> and others..."  I re-checked packages dependencies, and they don't seem to
> conflict with any other pack. but if you say so, I'll try deinstalling them...
>  >
>  > and everything depending on these and:
> >qtlib
> > qtlibdev
> > qtext
> > (qtcompat)
> > (not together with qtdevel2 !!!)
> >
> that's exaclty what i got installed for qt. I had installed qtlib2 (run time,
> no development) but I've tried uninstalling qtlib2 and nothing happens...
>
> > No - not in this way - seems that you have broken your system ;)
> >
> Yes, that's what I'm starting to think =(, but it shouldn't be, I installed all
> from the cd, and did a 'check dependecies' before installing,
> and I haven't been playing around since the install (i just installed), so I
> don't think I could have broken my system so fast =)
>
> >some of  them exclude each other and then won't work in the way they should.
>
> yep, I know, but the pack. dependencies didn't show any conflict between the
> packages...
>
> >Bjoern
>
> thanks anyways Bjoern, I'll just keep trying, and if anyone has any other ideas,
> PLEASE let me know..
>
> Luis.





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