Unable to find the QT installation while I'm trying to make xconfig for kernel 2.6.7
Once you advance, you get more problem :)
I m trying to configure my kernel...
So, I downloaded the sources, unzipped them. That's ok
I go in the linux-2.6.7 directory and type "make xconfig"
It starts to do someting, but stops saying my that he's "Unable to find the QT installation." have to be sure that QT is installed, and to check my QTDIR environment variable...
1) how can be sure that I have QT installed ?
2) not sure for that, but is it right to check QTDIR like that ? echo $QTDIR
3) If QT is not installed... which command have to do with apt-get install to get it ?
thanks for your help !
I THINK you need the kde dev libs...but IM probably wrong
I had the same problem a while back. Something like
apt-get install libqtdev
It might have taken a few different packages eg libqtdev2 libqtdev3 ... blah blah, so some patience will be required. I suggest you search the apt cache for qt ¦grep dev and see what looks reasonable.
You can also try
aptitude -s install libqtdev3
and see what packages it recommends you install with it.
Sorry I can't be more specific - it was a while back, and I don't have my debian machine here so I can't do an apt-cache search to refresh my memory. Hope this helps,
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