[PyQt] trouble installing pyqt4 from source on fedora 13
dsdale24 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 15:16:27 BST 2010
I just upgraded the OS on a computer at work to fedora 13, and I am
attempting to install sip and pyqt4 from source (since the versions
provided by the package manager are surprisingly out of date.) When I
run "python configure.py", I get the following:
Determining the layout of your Qt installation...
Error: Qt has been built as static libraries so either the -g or -k argument
should be used.
I don't think this is accurate. I have installed the qt-devel package
(4.6.3-8fc13.x86_64), and my /usr/lib64 contains the libQt*.so files
for all the .so files I expected to see. Here are the contents of
Could anyone suggest what I've overlooked? According to
, the packages I have installed should have provided the shared
libraries, but I must be missing something.
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