I don't object to that. I was just confused. You have the right to do whatever you like as a moderator. Although, I don't agree that identical error messages from the same cause and with the same result are "completely unrelated". The only thing different was what version of Qt we are using and that I know what it is. Whatever the other guy's problem was, regardless of version, is very likely to be directly related to mine. That is why I thought I would help him get his answer in the same place rather than reposting an almost identical question elsewhere. Again, if you disagree, that is your prerogative. Although, whatever this "netiquette" is might have suggested that you explain my error to me when you moved my comment.
I installed SuSE 9.1 from cd. I had previously had 8.2, also from cd.
This is the first time I've had this particular problem. After I started having this same problem with Qt 3.2, I upgraded to 3.3.3 from source. I was not aware that you should uninstall the previous version before upgrading. If I had done that it would have given me dependency problems if I hadn't properly installed the upgrade, which I would have been hesitant to risk. I really don't know a lot about these things. After rjlee suggested it, I went to the only place that I could find any kind of qt-devel package (Trolltech) and installed the latest version. I am guessing that could have not been made for SuSE 9.1, but I took a chance that it might not matter what distribution I have. Whatever I haven't done right.. it still doesn't work.
Sorry for any inconveniences, or slights to protocol, and thanks for taking a look.