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shit i reinstalled everything twice - the same result
during compiling i got the following message a couple times:
session management error: Authentication Rejected reason: none of the authentication protocols are supported and host-based authentication failed
(many times with files ending with .uic)
i guess that's why it dont work but i dont know how to change it. so if u know drop me some lines,plz!
thank you, jens
i was a couple days biking so my reply took a while. actually i had started x before trying that but it seems qt can't find the connection. i don't know what's wrong with the entire installation. i thought maybe it's caused by my gcc 2.95.3. Does it make sense to try a newer version? i don't have a better idea yet.
no, nothing works yet. neither the little test programs from the qt tutorial nor the given examples. i downloaded gcc 3.1.1 yesterday and gonna install it later to give qt another try. if i don't get it going i'll post again. or do u see other opportunities? thanks! jens
ooh la la! i have to correct myself. the given examples today work fine and the programs from the tutorial directory, too. the only ones i have to worry about are the programs i write myself to home directory. it seems the qt header files can't be found then.
reading thru some other posts i found out that there is no /usr/lib/qt3 on my machine, just /usr/lib/qt.2.3 and a symlink qt2. should i find that irritating?