Re: "Could not start kdeinit. Check your installation and try again."
I don't know exactly what's the problem, but I could solve it by
downloading the qt sources (from the kde servers) and
dpkg-buildpackage (i.e. recompile of qt into a debian package). I'm
using gcc 2.95.4 on a woody system.
On Thu, 5 Feb 2004 15:56:17 +1100
peter vdm <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Feb 2004 11:28, Josh Metzler wrote:
> > On Wednesday 04 February 2004 04:01 pm,
> > Schulman.Andrew@epamail.epa.gov
> > > Hello. I have KDE 3.2, under Debian testing/unstable. I wiped
> > > clean my previous installation of KDE 3.1 (apt-get --purge, rm
> > > -rf /etc/kde3) and reinstalled from the .deb's at
> > > download.kde.org.
> > You do realize, don't you, that you installed woody backports of
> > KDE 3.2 which were built with gcc 2.95, and so are incompatible
> > with your qt and all other c++ packages from testing/unstable.
> > This might be the cause of your problems.
> I still get the 'Could not start kdeinit' and this is on a totally
> woody system with no unstable packages anywhere with gcc 2.95.4
> Any ideas what would be causing this? Also if I try to compile
> anything the configure always bombs saying it can't find qt-mt
> library which is also installed.
> Any help would be good :)
> cheers Peter vdM
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