[Scribus] Compile error 1.2.1 on Ubuntu

Jozsef Mak j_mak3
Sun Jan 9 17:31:36 CET 2005

>From: Malte Cornils <malte at cornils.net>
>To: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
>Subject: Re: [Scribus] Compile error 1.2.1 on Ubuntu
>Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2005 16:48:21 +0100
>Hello Jozsef,
>Am Sonntag, 9. Januar 2005 16:23 schrieb Jozsef Mak:
> > >http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/q/qt-x11-free/ seems to
> > >indicate that hoary universe has libqt3-mt-dev 3.3.x, while ubuntu 
> > >(the
> > >version you're probably using) has libqt3-mt-dev 3.2.3. Use the scribus
> > >package provided in warty's universe, upgrade to hoary (unstable) or
> > >compile
> > >your own local qt3.3 library.
> >
> > Thanks for the replies.
> >
> > On the website you pointed me to, I have found these packages  but i 
> > know which one is the right one for download.
> >
> > libqt3c102-mt-ibase_3.3.3-5ubuntu2_i386.deb
> > libqt3c102-mt-odbc_3.2.3-4ubuntu1_i386.deb
> > libqt3c102-mt-odbc_3.3.3-7ubuntu1_i386.deb
> > libqt3c102-mt-sqlite_3.3.3-7ubuntu1_i386.deb
>Installing one of the packages is not among the options I listed ;-)
>Those four packages are special subpackages of the main libqt3 package. I 
>not sure where ubuntu's real 3.3.3 libqt3-mt-dev is hiding out in their
>archive structure. Also, I'm not sure whether you can simply install an
>updated libqt3 from hoary while having the rest of the system on warty.
>Anyway, I found it now:
>You could try getting that package, installing it via sudo dpkg -i
>libqt3-mt*.deb, then watching the errors for what other packages 
>expects (will be a few, mostly those in the main/q/qt-x11-free directory.
>If you're lucky, that works.
>If you're not, you have borked your system and can maybe rescue it by
>upgrading everything to hoary.
>If you're a Linux newbie, it is a good idea to wait until hoary comes out!
>Since this is an ubuntu question, you might be better off asking followup
>questions on one of the ubuntu forums.

Hi Malte,

Thanks for the suggestion. I am not an absolute beginner but not an expert 
either. So if there is a possibility that the package, you mentioned, might 
break my system i rather wait untill some more ideas come up regarding this 

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