--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "gjerte" <djevelunge@...> wrote:
> Thanks :)
> But both "echo $KDEDIRS" and "echo $QTPATH" returns one empty line,
> and then the command prompt (or what its called in Linux).
> And "./configure --prefix=/usr" or "./configure --prefix=/opt/kde"
> both returns, after a long list,
> "Checking for KDE... configure: error:
> in the prefix, you've chosen, there are no KDE headers installed. This
> will fail. So, check this please and use another prefix!"
> I see from the forum that you are running Mandriva 2007, I will try to
> install that and see what happens.
> Hope this have given you one of the user responses you ask for. Thanks
> for the work you are doing on the program :)
> --- In email@example.com, "skylendar" <skylendar@> wrote:
> > $PATH contains a list of paths used by the shell for declaring
> > directories containing wanted executables, whereas $QTPATH and $KDEDIRS
> > enclose the stuffs for qt, respectively kde.
> > Normaly, you don't have to set up those variables if you install sk in
> > the directory where the kde stuff has been set up (Normally /usr). So,
> > execute a ./configure --prefix=/usr then make, make install and
> > installskydb etc...
> > C.
>install kde and qt devel stuff. But for trivial questions like that, you should send your
requests to a newbie newsgroup