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Old 08-01-2004, 12:04 PM   #1
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can you help me with install a front end "dc_qt"

hi ...

im trying to install a front end for dctc program ..
now my problem i that i dont know so good at english
and in the readme they toled me to do thets ...
can you explain me in your words and make it to the very simle way ?
if you can so here what that i need to do .. its part 2 of the installation

Set some environment variables in the file .profile (or .login,
    depending on your shell) in your home directory. Create the
    file if it is not there already.

	QTDIR		   - the directory in which you're building Qt
	PATH		   - to locate the moc program and other Qt tools
	MANPATH 	   - to access the Qt man pages
	LD_LIBRARY_PATH	   - for the shared Qt library

    Note that under IRIX the additional LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH and
    LD_LIBRARY64_PATH variables are used for specifying library
    search paths. Set the variable that matches your configuration, or
    see the rld(5) man page for more information.

    This is done like this:

    In .profile (if your shell is bash, ksh, zsh or sh), add the
    following lines:



    In .login (in case your shell is csh or tcsh), add the following lines:

	setenv QTDIR /usr/local/qt
	setenv PATH $QTDIR/bin:$PATH
	setenv MANPATH $QTDIR/doc/man:$MANPATH

    After you have done this, you will need to login again, or
    re-source the profile before continuing, so that at least $QTDIR
    and $PATH are set. Without these the installation will halt with an error

    On AIX set LIBPATH and on HP-UX set SHLIB_PATH instead of LD_LIBRARY_PATH.

    Note that the SGI MIPSpro o32 and Sun WorkShop 5.0 targets are no
    longer supported as of Qt 3.3.
thanks for yours time ...
Old 08-01-2004, 12:25 PM   #2
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Registered: Feb 2004
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Are you installing Qt from source and are you root? If you are root then you don't need to do that, but instead just run:
./configure -thread

(that might be --thread, I'm not sure). The -thread bit is to enable multi-threading.
Then just run make and make install.


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