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ronald accardy
Dragon Player

Video Players by eean 278 comments

trying to build for suse 9.2 x86-64 i get this error from scons
src/app/playDialog.cpp: In constructor `
Codeine::PlayDialog::PlayDialog(QWidget*, bool)':
src/app/playDialog.cpp:30: error: `KStdGuiItem' undeclared (first use this
src/app/playDialog.cpp:30: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in.)
src/app/playDialog.cpp:30: error: syntax error before `::' token
src/app/playDialog.cpp:59: error: syntax error before `::' token
scons: *** [build/app/playDialog.o] Error 1
scons: building terminated because of errors.

i am using scons 0.96.1-3
my qt is 3.3.3-24
kde 3.3.0
python 2.3.4-3.2
anyone have any idea why ? - Nov 11 2005

Browser by wireframe01 41 comments

thanks ,I think its the x86_64 instalation thats the problem I,ve run into this on a couple of other things and can usually get around it by compiling --with-extra-libs=xxx but only if I need only 1 extra lib ,I cant find how to specify multiple extra libs as are needed here. I just mentioned the rpm to note that I tried that route also. - Feb 27 2005

Browser by wireframe01 41 comments

I dl,d the .06 rpm it gives me an undefined link error on startup,
I tried compiling from source and make errors when it gets to even when configured with extra libs and dirs because it looks for it in the wrong lib dir /usr/lib as opposed to usr/lib64 . my system is suse 9.2 x86_64 what do I need to do to get it to compile correctly? - Feb 25 2005

Graphic Apps by bk12 105 comments

Ive got the same system is suse 9.0 plain vanilla up to date on all patches , Ive tried several precompiled rpm's (including 2 from suse's own ftp) Ive tried rebuilding
a source rpm and building from tarball
the precompiled rpms install fine with either yast , or rpm from console but give that error when run from console
from gui the icon is in the start menu
but when clicked it just blinks for about 40 sec then dissapears and nothing happens. One build from source got as far as starting to build gwenview in /tmp/build/.... before erroring out and orphaning the directory with out installing. THAT one works ( sortof the build was not complete) but has to be started by finding the binary with konqueror and
doubleclicking on it.I think the problem is in the build speck file but I dont have the expertise to find it.I sure would like some suggestions. ;) ron - Apr 16 2004