Re: Compiling kmysqladmin-0.6.2 ?
On 31.Jul 2003 - 00:57:27, Yann Forget wrote:
> Thanks for your answer.
> > Hmm. If you are using unstable, you should not be using the version of
> > Qt backported for Woody. I would imagine that you installed KDE3 on
> > Woody or testing and subsequently upgraded to unstable?
> Yes, I didn't see that these libraries where left over from backported Qt
> packages. So now I have :
> yann@cray:~$ dpkg -l '*qt3*' | grep ii
> ii libqt3-compat-headers 3.1.1-9
> ii libqt3-headers 3.1.1-9
> ii libqt3-i18n 3.1.1-9
> ii libqt3-mt-dev 3.1.1-9
> ii libqt3c102 3.1.1-9
> ii libqt3c102-mt 3.1.1-9
> ii libqt3c102-mt-mysql 3.1.1-9
> ii libqt3c102-mysql 3.1.1-9
> ii qt3-dev-tools 3.1.1-9
> yann@cray:/usr/local/src/kmysqladmin-0.6.2$ ./configure
> checking for libjpeg... -ljpeg
> checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0.3) (headers and libraries)
> not found. Please check your installation!
> For more details about this problem, look at the end of config.log.
The real error is much further above the end, after the line "checking
for Qt". Most KDE-Porgrams have problems with the place where QT3 is
installed in debian. Try the --with-qt-dir=/usr/share/qt3 option to
> What does mean "c102" ?
That is the ending of c++ programs/libs compiled with gcc-3.2 in debian.
I don't know why they did that, probably so that everyone sees the
difference at a glance. You know that the 4 version gcc-2.95, gcc-3.0,
gcc-3.1 and gcc-3.2 have an incompatible Binary Interface for C++
Programs, so it is important to have programs/libs compiled with the
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