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Re: AnyOne got "Rekall" working on Debian

On 29. July 2004 at 1:06PM -0500,
John Foster <jfoster@augustmail.com> wrote:

> I am trying to get Rekall 2.0 to compile on Debian sid. It
> seems to crap out saying that there are no headers or libs
> installed. I have qt3-mt installed, & am wondering if the 'mt'
> is the problem. I ran into a similar issue a while ago with
> perl-mt on another application. The non 'mt' version of qt3 is
> currently broken in sid as well as kdelibs4 which is also
> needed to compile this application. Any thoughts or
> experiences. BTW 'Rekall" is a KDE database frontend similar to
> ms Access in function, but it currently has no Debian
> developer--anyone interested???

I think it's necessary to specify the library path.  It seems
that to KDE developers Debian's qt is installed in a nonstandard
location.  Try something like:

./configure --with-qt-includes=/usr/include/qt3

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