> Searching with Google, etc shows this qt-mt thing to be a
> common problem.
I agree I have made the very same experience. I was surprised about so many forum posts I found. I tried about anything I read, but no effect. I don't know why it won't work.
I do have QTDIR in .profile
export KDEDIR KDEHOME QTDIR PATH MANPATH LD_LIBRARY_PATH
I tried exporting them manually too.
I do have qt in /etc/ld.so.conf
I have these in /usr/lib/qt3
I'm pretty sure to have Thread support because I didn't installed qt by compiling, I used rpms by my distribution (SuSE 8.0)
The only thing that is a bit confusing is that I have a /usr/local/qt directory with just include in it, but none of my rpms makes this dir. I tried linking it to /usr/lib/qt3 but it didn't do anything. I guess I can rm this dir. Can't I?
I would really be glad if you could tell me whats wrong. I would post the answer in all forums where looots of users don't know what to do to make it work.