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Sorry, I misunderstood the error a bit, so the command I gave you wasn't really meaningful. However, my libkdefx also requires that symbol, but I can't find a single library ...
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    Sorry, I misunderstood the error a bit, so the command I gave you wasn't really meaningful. However, my libkdefx also requires that symbol, but I can't find a single library in my entire system that provides it, so I must admit that currently, I don't really get it. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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    My mistake, it came from the qt library (as should have been suspected). It would appear that you need to downgrade your qt libraries, especially the package that contains /usr/lib/qt3/lib/libqt-mt.so.3, do their original versions.

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    WOOHOO!

    I had to revert to the old qt RPMs, which also required me to downgrade to the old redhat-artwork and redhat-logos RPMs. I'm not sure if I'll be able to install Karamba now, but without the use of KDE I wouldn't be able to anyway. This simply gives me a reason to upgrade to RedHat 9, although I'll probably wait until RedHat 10 anyway. =P

    Thanks a LOT for your help. =D

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    Install Karamba from source instead; that will probably work.

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