[mythtv-users] loading two sets of QT binaries into same process
zachron at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 22:28:59 UTC 2009
see thats what i was under the impression of also, that its all self
contained. and i havent installed qt through macports or anything. as
i just recently reinstalled osx. (as leopard makes mythtv run on my
machine slower then tiger so i went back to tiger.)
On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at 6:35 AM, Dan Wilga
<mythtv-users2 at dwilga-linux1.amherst.edu> wrote:
> At 7:28 AM -0500 11/1/09, Michael T. Dean wrote:
>> On 11/01/2009 12:19 AM, David DeMan wrote:
>>> so i got a mac mini and i have 0.22-fixes branch building correctly,
>>> however when i try to run it, i get "On Mac OS X you might be loading
>>> two sets of QT binaries into the same process"
>>> has anybody else seen this? and if so does anybody have a fix for it?
>>> cause it trys to run, but then it ends because of the QT binary
>> You likely didn't properly uninstall the 0.21-fixes (or below) version of
>> Myth you were running. Get rid of all its libraries, plugins, etc. and then
>> re-do the make install of 0.22-fixes.
> I'm having the same issue. I am able to run MFE, but get this in the log
> repeatedly in Watch Programs. Settings screens and the like do work.
> I was under the impression, however, that the osx-packager.pl script
> assembles a completely self-contained binary. There aren't any libraries
> that get installed globally, since there is no "make install".
> Rather, I think the problem probably has to do with a conflict in versions
> of qt I've previously installed with fink and/or macports. The version of qt
> that's built-into the .app package should take precedence, but it isn't.
> Dan Wilga "Ook."
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