suresh Sharma said, and I quote: > hi, > I have a debian testing on my sony vaio laptop . > I have acpi support in my kernel verion 2.4.20 ( ACPI patch ) . > I was trying to install Kacpi from source but > when I do ./configure I keep getting error > this error . > "checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0.3) > (library qt-mt) not found. Please check your > installation!" > > I checked what version of libqt-mt-dev I have and it > is 3.0.5 > I did dpkg -l | grep libqt > ii libqt2 2.3.2-5 Qt GUI Library > (runtime version) > ii libqt2-mt 2.3.2-5 Qt GUI Library > (runtime threaded version) > ii libqt3 3.0.5-3 Qt GUI Library > (runtime files) > ii libqt3-dev 3.0.5-3 Qt GUI development > files > ii libqt3-mt 3.0.5-3 Qt GUI Library > (Threaded runtime version) > ii libqt3-mt-dev 3.0.5-3 Qt Threaded > development files > > so why is it still complaining > help !! > I relatively new to this linux world so pls bear with > me . > > thanks > suresh > Please run g++ --version and confirm that you are using gcc 3.2.2. If so then this will not work until Qt has been uploaded to sid and rebuilt using the new default compiler. -- David Pashley email@example.com Nihil curo de ista tua stulta superstitione.
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