X includes - where/how?

X includes - where/how?

Post by Philipp Maie » Thu, 29 Mar 2001 18:06:56



Hi,

I'm trying to compile KXIcq. After typing ./config I get the following
error message:

checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check
your installation and add the correct paths!

Which file to I have to install or where do I have to adjust paths? I'm
using SuSE 6.4.

Any help is appreciated...

Thx, Philipp

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X includes - where/how?

Post by Eggert Ehmk » Thu, 29 Mar 2001 19:17:24




Quote:>checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check
>your installation and add the correct paths!

>Which file to I have to install or where do I have to adjust paths? I'm
>using SuSE 6.4.

You need the xdevel rpm matching your xf86 version. The X includes are in
/usr/X11R6/include

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Eggert Ehmke


 
 
 

X includes - where/how?

Post by Philipp Maie » Thu, 29 Mar 2001 21:10:15



> You need the xdevel rpm matching your xf86 version. The X includes are in
> /usr/X11R6/include

Ok, that is resolved. Next problem:

checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 2.2.1) (libraries) not
found. Please check your installation!

I've just installed qt-2.3.0-11.rpm, qt-devel-2.3.0-11.rpm,
qt-extension-2.3.0-11.rpm and qt-man-2.3.0-11.rpm. Am I still missing
something???

Grrrr..... I'm really getting tired of these error messages...

<sigh> Philipp
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X includes - where/how?

Post by Hendric Stattman » Fri, 30 Mar 2001 06:39:08



> checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 2.2.1) (libraries) not
> found. Please check your installation!

Hello Phillip,
Please check your $QTDIR environment variable:
Quote:> echo $QTDIR

/usr/lib/qt

If it does'nt point to the qt dir, then set it using

Quote:> export QTDIR="/path/to/qt"

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X includes - where/how?

Post by Vladimir Annenko » Fri, 30 Mar 2001 13:42:09


Look at your config.log, scroll to the bottom and read exactly what has
failed.


>> You need the xdevel rpm matching your xf86 version. The X includes are in
>> /usr/X11R6/include

> Ok, that is resolved. Next problem:

> checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 2.2.1) (libraries) not
> found. Please check your installation!

> I've just installed qt-2.3.0-11.rpm, qt-devel-2.3.0-11.rpm,
> qt-extension-2.3.0-11.rpm and qt-man-2.3.0-11.rpm. Am I still missing
> something???

> Grrrr..... I'm really getting tired of these error messages...

> <sigh> Philipp

 
 
 

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