Rhakios wrote:For qmake you need qt3-devel and you will probably need to give the full path to call it as it's unlikely to be in your default path.
Incidentally, I find that SuSE usually does set QTDIR
Incidentally, incidentally, oh look:
http://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/sourceforg ... .i586.html
says on the page it's for SuSE 9.2
But, it's also not really fair to compare a pre-compiled packages install with a source package ... is it ?
IE4? What's that? Oh, yes that browser thing that came with my first home version of Windows !! I still run Win 98 on a spare desktop, incidentally, which currently has IE6 (via IE5). These days I hardly ever use IE, having largely moved over to Firefox.I can remember when i used to install different updates of IE4 ...
Marrea wrote:One thing that is puzzling me is that I tried to install it system-wide as per the instructions (ie becoming root and then doing a make install) http://albumshaper.sourceforge.net/download.shtml but the program has placed itself in my home directory. I'm not sure that is right.
rhakios@pythia:~/tmp/albumshaper_2.1_src> su -c "make install"
cp -f "bin/AlbumShaper.bin" "/usr/bin/AlbumShaper.bin"
cp -f -r "bin/images" "/usr/share/albumshaper/"
cp -f -r "bin/text" "/usr/share/albumshaper/"
cp -f -r "bin/themes" "/usr/share/albumshaper/"
cp -f -r "bin/translations" "/usr/share/albumshaper/"
cp -f -r "bin/xmlConversion" "/usr/share/albumshaper/"
cp -f bin/AlbumShaper /usr/bin/AlbumShaper;
Rhakios wrote:In any event it runs fine, now why did I install it?
on the spur of the moment I thought I would just check out the version on the LXF68 DVD and, guess what, there was a nice SuSE rpm
Marrea wrote:Anyway, on the spur of the moment I thought I would just check out the version on the LXF68 DVD and, guess what, there was a nice SuSE rpm lurking there.
When will people realise the magazine goes with the disc and the disc goes with the magazine. The whole point of putting programs fro the magazine onto the disc is so that people don't have to go through what you have unnecessarily subjected yourself to.
M0PHP wrote:I could give my mum any linux distro with a GUI, and as long as her icons are appropriately named, she'd get on fine. But I know my brother would struggle. His desktop is full of icons for games that run on Windows.
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