What about kdevelop 1.2 and kde 2 ???/more general
brakeykr at poncacity.net
Fri Nov 10 18:48:59 GMT 2000
The 'qt's are compatible together, they go into their own directory.
If you install with rpm's use red-hat and Caldera kde-rpm's, but WHY?
Do you run windows-95 and windows-98 on the same machine too? There is
a kde-compat lib for legacy apps that don't transfer.
AndiX33 at aol.com wrote:
> i suppose this is not the right list but my problem interferres with it an so
> i dare to ask the question.
> i also have this problem. i don´t know what´s wrong with joerg´s computer but
> in my case, it´s a missing qt-1.44.
> when running configure under kdevelop1.2 i get the message:
> "qt must be =>1.44 and <2 .xx ........."
> i really was waiting for kde2 and i think i made a fault.
> as soon as kde2 appeared, i deleted all the old kde/qt-stuff.
> downloaded the sources, compiled it , installed it in /opt/kde2 under suse
> 7.0 and everything was fine for the moment. it looks really great.
> but then i remembered that i was too fast and have to install the older
> version of qt ( and kde ?? ) again.
> how can manage to get 2 versions of kde on the same computer without getting
> it would be too simple to reinstall the older kde version from the suse
> installation disk wiht yast, wouldn´t it???
> i looked up the suse data base but i couldn´t find a solution.
> thanks in advance for any help.
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