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Hello I have just installed QT and I have everything installed properly yet I am missing the development files. I have searched hell and high water for the tarball and I have come across nothing. If you can let me know where to go to download it, that would great. Thanks.
did you search the qt homepage? but if you don't have the headers you don't have it installed correctly. (most likely, if your using fc3 from your profile, you dont have the devel package installed - the tarball won't help you much unless you know exaclty where to place the files (qt is a little different, you cant just throw the headers anywhere)).
you should be good to go then, as long as qt has thread support, QTDIR is defined to point to the root of the qt installation, and the libs have been cached ( entered into /etc/ld.so.conf and ldconfig ran).