[Scribus] qt-mt lib is missing, but installed on debian sarge/SID
Sun Mar 30 13:25:57 CEST 2003
> it returns this error:
> checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0.2) (library qt-mt)
> not found. Please check your installation!
> For more details about this problem, look at the end of config.log.
> Make sure that you have compiled Qt with thread support!
> Does anybody know how to solve this?
It looks like the version of Qt you're using has not been compiled
properly to use threading. If you go to rpmfind.net and download the
latest Qt RPMs, or get the source from trolltech (which is safer) then
compile it up with threading enabled (IIRC, if you just run ./configure,
it tells you what the switch is to create the threaded version) then you
should be fine. Remember to do what the readme file says that you need
to setup before you do the install.
To be honest, that looks about the only way to do it. Okay, I've not
used debian for ages (ARM Linux uses it) so I could be wrong here, but
it is a sure fire way of getting it right.
Tired of bloated software which gobbles up your system resources?
Bored of hearing your harddrive being thrashed by inefficient code?
Feel like tearing your hair out when you see a blue screen of death?
Then why not come over from the darkside, and become one of the ever
increasing number of people using Linux - it's free, it's open,
it's easier to use than Windows and more reliable as well.
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