well not the qt, but I have set the --qt options for the configure to point to
where they are loaded.
On the day of our lord 21 Feb 2001 10:14:18 +0000, Paul J Collins is said to
have muttered :
> >>>>> "JC" == Jason Corcoran <jason at corcoran.tc> writes:
>> JC> I have been trying to compile kde 1.9 and kde 2.1 on 2
> JC> machines at home, both using FreeBSD 4.stable. I install the
> JC> required qt libs and then I installed the KDE libs. But when I
> JC> try to configure any of the other packages I get the following
> JC> error.
>> JC> Checking for KDE .... Configure Error : In the prefix, you've
> JC> chosen, are no KDE headers installed. This will fail. So,
> JC> Check this please and use another prefix.
>> JC> So I used a ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/kde
>> JC> Problem is still there, Dose anyone know how to sort this, or
> JC> alt. is there a site with FreeBSD binaries already compiled.
>> Is /usr/local/kde where qt and kdelibs are?
jason at corcoran.tc
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