Hello, Everyone
After I recently hosed my system (interestingly, I could log into any
kind of session that I tried EXCEPT KDE from SVN TRUNK. Even with a
brand new user I could not log in. Further, after creating a new user
after reinstalling FC3, I still could not log in to KDE from SVN HEAD.
But I digress......)

When attempting to update and install KDE from SVN TRUNK immediately
following a fresh install of FC3, I got the following error:
> checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>=3D Qt 4) (headers and
> libraries) not found. Please check your installation (and make sure
> you compiled Qt with -debug - doing symlinks to a -release build of
> Qt4 will introduce breakage, do not do that -)! For more details
> about this problem, look at the end of config.log.


I then did a completely fresh checkout of kdelibs. I got the same
error.
I then checked the kde-devel archives, and tried the following that I
located in a previous thread on this subject (at that time it was
kdeartwork that was at issue. Again, interestingly, you will notice
that I started that thread as well )
> find -name
> Makefile.in | xargs rm make -f Makefile.cvs
> ./configure


I substituted "unsermake -f Makefile.cvs" for "make -f Makefile.cvs"
and attempted to re-compile. Again, I got the same error that I quoted
above, and that is also the subject of this message.

To clarify, I got the following error on a completely fresh install
(full install, not an upgrade from my previous install), with a
completely fresh checkout of kdelibs from SVN TRUNK. Further, I
still got the error when I tried the only fix that I could find on this
subject.

My gcc is as follows: gcc-3.4.4-2.fc3
QT is 3.3.4 from trolltech.com
KDE is from SVN TRUNK
Also, when I installed Fedora Core 3, I installed Every package, just
like always.
Also, I successfully updated, compiled and installed kdelibs from SVN
TRUNK just a day or two ago.

If you need any more information, please let me know.

Steven P. Ulrick
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