Re: Re: Qt (>= Qt 3.1.0) (library qt-mt) not found.
On 23.Jun 2003 - 13:00:38, Lukasz Lesniak wrote:
> Yes, I set QTDIR correctly and sucessfully compiled Qt.
> I think there isn't good idea to install libqt3 with apt-get,
> because libqt3 has version 3.0.3 and will be make problem.
No there isn't and I did not say to do so, but I wanted to know if
you already did an apt-get isntall libqt3
> dpkg -l | grep qt returns nothing so I haven't any *qt* libs
> installed from .deb ...
I saw another thing in your original post:
But you said that you installed qt3.2.0b into /usr/local/qt3, so this
And if that doesn't help, have a look at the config.log for the line
Checking for Qt and look further down, there will be an error message
explaining what failed. Normally the configure tries to compile a small
program to check if Qt works properly.
You'll feel much better once you've given up hope.