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Alright here is my problem. I'm a little new to linux so bear with me. I went to install DC-QT from the ./configure command like the instructions said and I found that I needed QT. I got Trolltech's QT3 and installed it and then when I went to run the ./configure again it still said "qt libs not found". I have no idea where to look for these libraries or even what to look for. If someone can please point me in the right direction I would appreciate it.
Have a look at the INSTALL file for the QT gear you built and installed. It should give you some clue as to where they libs were installed. Genereally it's in /usr/local/lib, and that should be a path in your /etc/ld.so.conf. If that's the case you need to run 'ldconfig' to reload the library path bindings.
well I got the same problem, but It dont work to fix it.
I've change ld.so.conf to /usr/lib/qt3/lib and it still dont work.
I got the same error as stevo22 did under his compiling.
Whats from here then? I also use mdk 9.2