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Re: building qtlib fails?

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On Sunday 25 August 2002 10:49 pm, John Gay wrote:
> I am still working on my Linux From Scratch box and have run into another
> problem.
> To build qt and kde3 in system standard locations, I've selected /usr/qt
> and /usr/kde for the build locations. I've un-tarred qt-3.0.2 into /usr and
> created a sym-link of /usr/qt, since qt says it should be built in place.
> I've set the environment for the /usr/qt location, but when I try to build,
> I get a segmentation fault. Since the box is next to me, I'll copy the
> error message portion.
> make[2]: Entering directory '/usr/qt-3.0.2/src'
> /usr/qt/bin/moc kernel/qapplication_x11.cpp -o
> .moc/release-mt/qapplication_x11.moc
> make[2]: *** [.moc/release-mt/qapplication_x11.moc] Segmentation fault
> make[2]: Leaving directory '/usr/qt-3.0.2/src'
> make[1]: *** [sub-src] Error 2
> make[1]: Leaving directory '/usr/qt-3.0.2'
> make: *** [init] Error 2
> I've tried the usual make clean, make distclean and even removing the
> entire directory and starting again. The reason I'm using this particular
> version is I got it on a cover DVD with KDE3Beta2 from a local Linux
> magazine and it saves me hours of down-load time this way.
> Since I know that quite a few people here are building different versions
> of kde, I was hoping someone might know why I'm getting this error?
> At the moment, I've got a rather sparce Linux installed on this box and
> I've added xfce for a standard Desktop/Window manager but I'd really like
> to see KDE3 on it. And since I pay per minute for my Internet connection,
> I'd really like to avoid having to fetch the full sources if I can get by
> with the ones I have.
> Does anyone know if there is a known problem with this version of qt? It
> seems strange that everything else I've compiled on this box works bar
> this.
don't compile Qt with objprelink

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David Pashley
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