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Re: [SLE] FW: Question about compiling KDE apps on Suse 6.3
- From: raffo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Rafael E. Herrera)
- Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2000 01:39:35 -0500
- Message-id: <38C352A7.90A4CD8B@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Pierre Rochefort wrote:
> I tried compiling a KDE app under my freshly installed SuSE 6.3. I
> installed using Yast2 and everything seemed fine.
> Now when I try to compile KCommander for example, here is the error I get
> (See >> below). Since I did not recompile the KDE libs and QT myself, I'm
> wondering what I've done wrong. Has anyone had the same problem? Can anyone
> help me?
> Here is the output of ./configure:
> >> checking for kde libraries installed... configure: error: your system
> fails at linking a small KDE application!
> >> Check, if your compiler is installed correctly and if you have used the
> >> same compiler to compile Qt and kdelibs as you did use now
I think I tried to answer this one. Any way, it means that the
'configure' script tried to check the KDE libraries you have installed
in your system. It does that by trying to compile a small program and
linking it with the KDE libraries. It failed, thus the message. You may
try a more verbose posting with the output of 'configure'.
There may be many reasons why it failed: you don't have a compiler
installed, you don't have the libraries installed, version conflicts,
What you could do is verify that you have the needed packages.
Unfortunately, there is no easy way of telling you what packages to
install. Browse through the d (from development) series in the Suse CDs
and install what you may think is missing: egcs, C++, ObjC, etc.
An alternative is to load the "development configuration" from the
installation menu in Yast. I think it loads every development package
and lots of documentation. You need quite a bit of space in your disk.
The chances of a missing package when building from source are reduced
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