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Re: Where is qt3 (for x86_64)?

Am Mi, den 29.06.2005 schrieb Timothy Murphy um 0:17:

> I was trying to compile a kernel with "make xconfig"
> on an Athlon64 machine  with FC-4 (upgraded from FC-3),
> but it bombed out looking for libqt.
> As far as I could tell, by comparison with an i386 system,
> this should be in a qt3 rpm.
> When I googled for "qt3 rpm" it seemed to be available at various sites;
> so I wondered why it does not seem to be on any of the Fedora sites,
> even the development (rawhide) ones?


Qt is in the Core.

> Incidentally, what is the relation between libqt and libqt-mt ?
> What does "mt" stand for?

qt-mt is Qt with thread support
> Timothy Murphy  


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