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This output gives no clue to the solution I finally found to this libqt.so linking problem. I solved it by reconfiguring without openGL - as I found posted at lists.trolltech.com/qt-interest/2001-10/msg00746.html
I cannot believe it was so hard to find a solution for this. The documentation in the sources from Trolltech or their FAQ's doesn't give any info on this(?). What is the explanation? Surely Trolltech should be interested in posting a solution/fixing this. Many have suffered from this!? It pertains to several versions of QT I have tried (QT 2.3.1, 3.3.3).
I had a very similar problem on Gentoo PPC trying to build QT. Died in the same spot by the looks of it... Mine was due to having a typographical error in my make.conf and it was killing any large scale C++ compilations. I can't remember the exact error though....