[Techtalk] Problems with qt
geekgrrl at geekgrrl.priv.at
Wed Aug 21 10:53:40 EST 2002
On Wed, Aug 21, 2002 at 04:35:51PM +0800, Sujita Purushothaman wrote:
> I want to install KWanda and I'm stuck because the
> 'configure' script tells me it doesn't find qt >= 2.2.2. I have
> qt-3.0.3 installed, and qt-devel-3.0.3 too. Specifically it tells
> me it cannot find -lqt.
> I suspect the problem is because I had once force installed (rpm)
> a lower version of qt. To install KWanda I force installed (rpm)
> qt-3.0.3 again. Since my rpm -qa query tells me qt-3.0.3 is installed,
> my logic says it should work. Only it is not working.
It should be possible to have 2 qt-versions installed... I have the same
thing here on my RedHat 7.2 box.
[gina at legolas:~]$ rpm -qa | grep qt
[gina at legolas:~]$
Maybe this solves your problem?
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