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On Thu, 19 Apr 2012 04:42:27 GMT, ismet wrote: > Enable building of the Qt UI module? [n] y > checking for qglobal.h... /usr/include/qt4/QtCore/qglobal.h > checking Qt major version... 4 > checking for QtGui headers... yes > checking for QtOpenGL headers... yes > checking for QtCore library... no > checking for moc... /usr/bin/moc-qt4 > ./qt: 508: x: not found > > Autodetection failed to locate Qt4 in on your system. > Please enter the path to your Qt4 install (i.e. if Qt4 is installed > in PATH/include/QT, PATH/include or PATH/include/qt4, enter PATH), > or type '-' to CANCEL the build of the Qt UI module. > Qt path: > > > > > > I could find the dev version of libqt4-core, therefore I can only > install libqt4-core > > any idea how i solve this problem ??
Looking at this in a little more depth, I *think* you now have the packages installed o.k. - all the headers are found o.k., and if those packages are installed, then the binary packages will also be installed.
I suspect the real problem is that on Ubuntu 11.10, the libraries are no longer in
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