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    Check your install cd's for QT, as well as checking urpmi which downloads the dependancies also.

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    Downloaded and tried installing urpmi, missing perl dependencies there too. I'm going to do a complete reinstall here. This is a virtual OS, btw. What do you recommend: RH or Mandrake (those are the only I've used, and I prefer RH more.)

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    Re: Problem during configure

    Quote Originally Posted by tristanlee85
    Is there some place to specify where the headers and libraries are? This is new to me so there may be lack of information here. Just ask and I'll get what I can.
    Usually there is a flag, here's the command to find out what the flag name is
    Code:
    $ ./configure --help | less
    --monkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by tristanlee85
    Downloaded and tried installing urpmi, missing perl dependencies there too. I'm going to do a complete reinstall here. This is a virtual OS, btw. What do you recommend: RH or Mandrake (those are the only I've used, and I prefer RH more.)
    I personally would recommend MDK but thats a preference that can be discussed...
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