[SOLVED] The new qt package is a fifth the size of the previous: what's up?
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Sorry if I'm stealing the thread, but can I simply download the qt 4.8.4 in current and do an 'upgradepkg' with it on my stock 14.0 qt 4.8.2 installation?
I would not use -current packages on an older stable release of Slackware...
Alternatively you can grab a qt-4.8.4 package for your architecture (look in the "deps" subdirectory) from http://taper.alienbase.nl/mirrors/al...e/14.0/4.10.0/ . I built my version of KDE 4.10.0 including updated dependencies such as Qt4 on Slackware 14.0. Slackware uses a copy of my SlackBuild scripts so you will get the same Qt 4.8.4 package as the one in -current.