>not necessarily ... i think fedora may put its QT
libraries in a
>different place than most distros, too, that isn't
always picked up by
>configure scripts? if you have them installed, you
could try something
>like this before running the configure script (not
sure of the exact
>(or something like that).
I have found the qt-3.3 directory. It doesn't have a
/include folder though. I tried the export
QTDIR=/usr/lib/qt-3.3 but it doesn't work either. I
also tryed running ./configure --with-qtdir, and also
--with-qtdir=/usr/lib/qt-3.3/. I checked on 3 rpm
searches and their doesn't seem to be a devel package.
Except on Fedora Tracker, but when I try to install it
says Qt isn't installed. But other Qt RPMs say I have
a newer version running??? So it IS installed... Any
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