I got round this by downloading a new version of QT and KDELibs, compiling
them on my system and creating links for them.
Then the software I had downloaded would compile fine.
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]On Behalf Of Castellani Marco
Sent: 23 November 2000 14:43
Subject: [redhat] Problems in installing KDE applications...
I downloaded recently a couple of application (WebMaker 8.5 and Kyahoo
from Tucows's site.....
Now, from what I understand, the standard way of installing Tucows
linux software, is of running a procedure called' configure' that you
can find inside the tarred archive...
Ok, as a matter of fact, I'll tried for more that one application, but
the installation always failed., and the system reported me the
checking for KDE headers installed... yes checking for KDE libraries
configure: error: your system fails at linking a small KDE
Check, if your compiler is installed correctly and if you have used
same compiler to compile Qt and kdelibs as you did use now
Since I am rather new to linux (I have RedHat 6.2)
I barely understand the meaning of the messages......
could anyone give me a suggestion?
Thanks in advance,
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