[Scribus] bus error starting scribus
Sun Jul 6 20:57:26 CEST 2003
> ralf# g++ /Users/ralf/helloworld.cpp -o hello -O2
> /Users/ralf/helloworld.cpp:1:26: qapplication.h: No such file or
You need to compile it the way I said
g++ helloworld.cpp -I$QTDIR/include -L$QTDIR/lib -lqt -o hello
(or something similar - I can't remember at the moment and as my stomach
is giving me hell, I'm not really wanting to look back at my archive)
> > Linux is dead easy, pass on why fink should be difficult though.
> I think it's like riding a bicycle, if you know how-to it's no problem
> but I am a beginner.
We all were at some point. Yes, even Franz and myself at one point in
time would be amazed at being able to get a helloworld to compile is
normal C++ (well, maybe not ;-p)
Once you have the helloworld compiled and running, we will be able to
see where the problem lies.
The world is throwing away oppressive regimes
Which don't allow people to choose.
Wars are fought to topple these people.
Yet the folks who do this, still use Windows.
Double standards or not understanding why they did it?
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