[mythtv] Problems compiling SVN
wiz561 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 12 03:43:25 UTC 2008
For ubuntu, I have the following packages installed and it now compiles great.
wisniewski at scooby:~$ dpkg -l | grep -i qt
ii libavahi-qt3-1 0.6.22-2ubuntu4
Avahi Qt 3 integration library
ii libavahi-qt3-dev 0.6.22-2ubuntu4
Development headers for the Avahi Qt 3 integ
ii libqt3-headers 3:3.3.8-b-0ubuntu3
Qt3 header files
ii libqt3-mt 3:3.3.8-b-0ubuntu3
Qt GUI Library (Threaded runtime version), V
ii libqt3-mt-dev 3:3.3.8-b-0ubuntu3
Qt development files (Threaded)
ii libqt3-mt-mysql 3:3.3.8-b-0ubuntu3
MySQL database driver for Qt3 (Threaded)
ii libqt4-core 4.3.4-0ubuntu3
Qt 4 core non-GUI functionality runtime libr
ii libqt4-dev 4.3.4-0ubuntu3
Qt 4 development files
ii libqt4-gui 4.3.4-0ubuntu3
Qt 4 core GUI functionality runtime library
ii libqt4-qt3support 4.3.4-0ubuntu3
Qt 3 compatibility library for Qt 4
ii libqt4-sql 4.3.4-0ubuntu3
Qt 4 SQL database module
ii qt3-dev-tools 3:3.3.8-b-0ubuntu3
Qt3 development tools
ii qt4-dev-tools 4.3.4-0ubuntu3
Qt 4 development tools
wisniewski at scooby:~$
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 10:02 AM, R. G. Newbury <newbury at mandamus.org> wrote:
> Nicolas Riendeau wrote:
> > Hi!
> > Michael Wisniewski wrote:
> >> It seems like it's getting stuck up on the libqt stuff. On the
> >> include, it's pointing to qt3. However, the file is located in the
> >> /include/qt4 directory. If I change the qt3 to qt4, it still doesn't
> >> find the q3ptrlist.h file.
> >> Just wondering if anybody else have had a similiar problem and how
> >> they resolved it. For what it's worth, I'm running Ubuntu Hardy
> >> (beta).
> > Are you sure you have all the qt4 packages you need?
> > In the case of my backend which is running FC8 I had to install qt4-devel and
> > qt4-mysql which were not already installed...
> The QT4 libraries you would need under FEDORA are:
> qt-MySQL qt4 qt4-devel qt4-mysql qt4-x11
> Those libraries are probably named nearly the same thing under Ubuntu.
> Note that the names are case sensitive under Fedora and likely so in
> Ubuntu. (The qt3 level qt-MySQL is still required in Fedora. YMMV)
> Note that you *can* also install qt4-docs and use up 15Meg of disk
> space, if you want!
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