[linux-audio-dev] qsynth configure script fails on debian [qt]

Eric Dantan Rzewnicki rzewnickie at rfa.org
Fri Jan 2 14:28:38 EST 2004


well, I'm at work right now where I run debian stable, so, yes it
is /usr/share/qt and the version of qt is 3.0.3. This box isn't really
set up for any audio stuff (other than alsaplayer) since making sounds
isn't part of my job :( . So I probably won't bother trying to get ams 
running on it. I don't have jack or fftw or ladspa installed so ams 
won't compile anyway. 

When I get home I'll try this on my debian testing (sarge) audio box and
see how far I get. Thanks.

-Eric Rz.

On Fri, Jan 02, 2004 at 06:09:14PM +0100, Frank Neumann wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> rzewnickie at rfa.org wrote:
> 
> > any advice on how to handle qt when compiling ams on debian?
> 
> Hmm..very similar to qjackctl etc:
> 
> > the ams Makefile has these at the top:
> > 
> > QT_BASE_DIR=/usr/lib/qt3
> > QT_LIB_DIR=$(QT_BASE_DIR)/lib
> > QT_BIN_DIR=$(QT_BASE_DIR)/bin
> > QT_INCLUDE_DIR=$(QT_BASE_DIR)/include
> 
> In this Makefile, I set "QT_BASE_DIR" to /usr/share/qt3. That's all.
> 
> > /usr/share/qt/ doesn't seem to have a lib/ directory ...
> 
> /usr/share/qt or /usr/share/qt3? Also, what is your current Qt version?
> 3.1.x or above? If yes, the above should be ok for you..
> 
> Greetings,
> Frank


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