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Can't resolve path for '/usr/local/bin/dcgui-qt'
Checking dclib version ...
Checking qt version ...
Compiled for '3.0.5' using '3.1.2'
Checking qt privates ...
/usr/local/bin/dcgui-qt: relocation error: /usr/local/bin/dcgui-qt: undefined symbol: _ZN19QSharedDoubleBufferC1EbbP7QPixmap
thats the error i get when i try to run directconnect...i updated qt the other day as you can see but i uninstalled and reinstalled directconnect and it still says that error...i even tried compiling from sources but when it says check QT it says error qt >= 3.0.5
anyone know how i can resolve this?
well i figured it out, and if anyone by chance has the same problem, then you have to get the tarballs for dcgui-qt and dclib as you will not be able to use the rpm packages...untar them and install dclib with the traditional configure make and make install, but open the configure script for dcgui after you install dclib and search for the command:
if test $kde_qtver = 3; then
kde_qt_dirs="$QTDIR /usr/lib/qt3 /usr/lib/qt"
and change it to your proper qt folder, in my case:
if test $kde_qtver = 3; then
kde_qt_dirs="$QTDIR /usr/lib/qt-3.1 /usr/lib/qt"
and then again run the configure make and make install.
well if you updated qt, more than likely from a result of updating kde, then this problem will probably exist...cause as you see if the qt version is equal or greater than 3 it will just look at /usr/lib/qt3, and obviously i wouldn't be posting if i didn't have a problem, but my directory was /usr/lib/qt-3.1....so if you went to the same version i did, then the problem defineatly exists...