Subject: Re: [ecasound] development release: qtecasound 0.1.0d1 and ecawave 0.3.1d3
From: Kai Vehmanen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Sep 03 2000 - 23:04:55 EEST
On 3 Sep 2000, Laura Conrad wrote:
> OK, here's all the QT libraries I have:
Aha, this is probably causing the problem. If my guess is right, this is a
symbolic link to libqt.so.1 ... You'll have to remove this, and recreate
it with "ln -s libqt.so.2 libqt.so". If you want to compile Qt 1.x based
apps, you'll have to change this back. Note that this only affects
compiling, so you can still run both Qt 1.x and 2.x based apps.
> 1505 ./configure --with-qt-includes=/usr/include/qt2 --with-qt-libraries=/usr/lib/qt-2.1.0/lib
> Qt-libraries: /usr/lib
> Are we sure that the --with-qt-libraries option works?
It stops at the first directory which has Qt-libraries installed. /usr/lib
is checked before the user-specified directory.
> I also considered whether the presence of the old qt-1.44-15mdk rpm
> was causing the problem, and tried removing it, but a lot of packages
> depended on it, and I can't swear that I never use them, although they
Yup, you shouldn't need to remove this.
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