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slackware64 multilib QT issues

Posted 09-17-2009 at 06:13 PM by lumak

UGH! ok I was trying to compile q4wine for god knows what reason and half the variables in the build/CMakeCache.txt were pointing to /usr/lib64/qt and the other half were pointint to /usr/lib/qt.

I solved my issue by adding
Code:
CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=/usr/lib$LIBDIRSUFFIX/qt \
on the line right before
cmake \

Hope this helps somebody else with cmake and qt problems.
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    I thought that it was a multilib problem for segfaulting when trying to run winetricks within q4wine but after finding this to solve the lib problem, i don't think so. it still segfaults.

    do you have the same issue?

    i'm running slackware64 w/updates
    Posted 12-27-2009 at 02:48 PM by agentc0re agentc0re is offline
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    Honestly, I haven't messed with it that much. It did compile and the main q4wine runs. When I ran Winetricks from the SETUP > SYSTEM SOFTWARE tabs, it said it wasn't compiled with support for winetricks and it recommended to compile using the cmake option -DWITH_WINETOOLS=ON. I'll try doing that later. I would suspect the problem would be within the winetools portion. It may require yet another trick to getting those to work. ADDITIONALLY, of winetools is some how interconnecting on a binary level with wine it self, but the tools are compiled in 64bit, then it would Segfault because you can't generally mix 32 and 64 bit that way. You may need to compile the whole q4wine (with the -DWITH_WINETOOLS-ON) as a 32bit application....

    You could try a recompile by running /etc/profile.d/32dev.sh and then forcing the arch to i486 or i686.
    Posted 01-09-2010 at 01:43 PM by lumak lumak is offline
    Updated 01-09-2010 at 01:47 PM by lumak
 

  



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