From: Teichteil Christian <christian.teichteil@ir...> - 2004-01-21 08:02:46
I have installed Mandrake 9.2 on an AMD Operon machine, and it=20
works very fine. I have just a problem with "kile". I don't understand=20
why "kile" is not in the Mandrake64 distribution ...; so I took=20
"kile-1.6-1mdk.i586.rpm" and installed all the libraries needed by=20
"kile" not already present in my Mandrake distrib.
Apparently "kile" was correctly installed as I got any warning,=20
but in fact it wasn't. Trying to run "kile" I got several severe=20
messages, and the first one is very clear:
-- Conflict in /usr/lib64/kde3/plugins/styles/kthemestyle.so:
Plugin uses incompatible Qt library!
expected build key "i686 Linux g++-3.* full-config",
got "x86_64 Linux g++-3.* full-config"
Then I got others messages I don't understand (perhaps a consequence of=20
the previous error ?), such as:
-- kdecore (KAccel): WARNING: KKeySequence::init( seq): key is null
-- kio (KIOConnection): ERROR: Header read failed, errno=3D104
-- kio (KIOConnection): ERROR: Header fas invalid size (-1)
and as a conclusion:
-- Mutex destroy failure: Device or resource busy
My question is:
Have you planed to correct the bug with the x86_64 Linux g++-3.*=20
library ? Or is there some trick in the installation procedure of "kile"=20
to accept this library?
Thank you a lot for your help.
Laboratoire de Physique Quantique
Universit=E9 Paul Sabatier - Toulouse (France)
e-mail : christian.teichteil@...
On Wednesday 21 January 2004 09:03, Teichteil Christian wrote:
> I have installed Mandrake 9.2 on an AMD Operon machine, and it
> works very fine. I have just a problem with "kile". I don't understand
> why "kile" is not in the Mandrake64 distribution ...; so I took
> "kile-1.6-1mdk.i586.rpm" and installed all the libraries needed by
> "kile" not already present in my Mandrake distrib.
Ok, here's the deal. Kile is distributed as source code, to be compiled o=
your own system, I expect this to work on AMD64 as well. However, for mos=
users it is not convenient to compile their programs from source, rather =
would like to install the binaries directly. Binaries compiled for one=20
architecture ( Mac, Pc, Sparc, etc.) cannot be interchanged between one a=
another. So if you install an RPM for i586 don't expect it to work on an=20
64-bit system if it wasn't compiled for such a machine.
Solution: compile Kile from source. You probably need to install the=20
development packages for X, Qt and KDE as well.
Kile - KDE Integrated LaTeX Environment