Dear Kumar... thanks for you answer....
Oooo....Oooo............. it means I have to install the qt designer (for qmake and make compiler), the qtdriver for postgres an each workstation... We have 50 workstation. So I have to compile the program 50 times.
Is there any other possibility?
What is the meaning on the error message? It is because of the XServer? --- hemant kumar email@example.com wrote:
hello.. there could be several reasons..But to start with..i will suggest..why don't you give the source code to the user and let him compile. These error look very cryptic right now...
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Prabu Subroto firstname.lastname@example.org [30 Jul 2004 04:32:46]:
why don't you give the source code to the user and let him compile.
That would be the last resort.
These error look very cryptic right now...
Not cryptic at all! The apps can't be started because they need symbols (functions, variables, constants etc.) that none of the libraries the apps use (displayable by running 'ldd <app>') provide. This usually happens if the libraries on that machine differ from those on the machine the app was compiled on.
BTW, the reason those symbols look so funny is that they're mangled C++ symbols. Use c++filt to demangle them and thus turn them into something readable.