Problem with qt and kde installation

Problem with qt and kde installation

Post by capiti » Tue, 30 Nov 1999 04:00:00

I am trying to upgrade kde to 1.1.2 by compiling it. Before I do that
I figured to upgrade qt to 1.4.4.

I followed the INSTALL instruction to the letter for qt but
when I do 'make' I get error message saying that it can't find
a file, cc1plus which is located in

I suspect that the file can't be found because of this deep hiding
place.  I may not
have set LIBRARY_PATH and CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH correctly.
Please advice.


1. kde 2.0/redhat 6.2/qt installation problem

I built qt 2.2.2 and installed it.  But when i try to install
kdesupport, I get this

error: failed dependencies:
        qt >= 2.2.0 is needed by kdesupport-2.0.1-1

I do have old versions of qt lying around, but I removed them from and then ran ldconfig.  Shouldn't that have done the trick?

BTW, my rpm is 3.0.3 if that matters.  Help!!!!

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