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Did you wait for it to finish? ( i.e. for the prompt to show up again? ) This command searches / ( the prior one searched /usr ) for directories ...
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- 10-24-2005 #21
Did you wait for it to finish? ( i.e. for the prompt to show up again? )
This command searches / ( the prior one searched /usr ) for directories ( -type d ) with the name "qt" ( -iname qt ), ignoring capitalization. Any errors it generates are sent to /dev/null ( 2>/dev/null ), so that your output isn't cluttered with errors.
- 10-24-2005 #22
Yes! I waited until the prompt appeared...
- 10-24-2005 #23
It would seem that you didn't install the QT libraries correctly.
- 10-24-2005 #24
And in this case what should I do to fix things up? Uninstall everything then try again?
Probably this question sounds stupid but I don't have much experience with Linux...
- 10-24-2005 #25
Well, how did you install the QT rpms?
- 10-24-2005 #26urpmq -y qt
urpmi + package
- 10-24-2005 #27
and there were no errors or anything?
- 10-24-2005 #28
No! At least not obvious errors! Would you give me an advice what to do now?
- 10-24-2005 #29
Try reinstalling those rpms
- 10-24-2005 #30
This is what I did....
I reinstalled Mandriva and I chose the individual package selection option and then made
sure that the packages from the development part of the OS are selected... but these
libraries are still missing! What is the directory or the exact place where they should go or
what do I need to do to install them properly?