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Hi all i am runing Redhat 9 . tryin to install Karamba 0.17
but no luck.
configure: WARNING: libjpeg not found. disable JPEG support.
checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0) (headers and libraries) not found. Please check your installation!
For more details about this problem, look at the end of config.log.
you have to configure karamaba with the proper qt directory...i am almost willing to bet that your qt directory is named:
/usr/lib/qt-3.1 and that is not in the configure script which in turn is why you are getting the error....so you have 1 of 2 choices.
manually edit the configure script to point to the qt directory on your box or pass the qt argument in the configure script like so:
./configure --with-qt-dir=/usr/lib/qt-3.1 which may or may have to be changed to whatever yours is named, but i am pretty confident that this will be the name of your qt directory.
well if your positive that that is in fact the right path to qt, and if that didn't work (which boggles my mind) then your going to have to manually edit the configure file.
actually post the exact message that it says when you throw in that command line argument --with-qt-dir