[PyKDE] Problem running pyuic

Detlev Offenbach detlev at die-offenbachs.de
Thu Sep 12 19:02:00 BST 2002

> Miller, Douglas K (JFTI) schrieb:
> > I use version 3.0.5 of Qt and it is a SuSE 8.0 RPM.  The PyQt 3.3.2
> > is from SuSE also.  When I run 'ldd pyuic' it says "ldd:./pyuic: No
> > such file or directory"  Pyuic is there though.
> Try "ldd `which pyuic`"
> > If I did not compile PyQt from source, I don't need SIP 3.3.2,
> > right?
> As long as the PyQt rpm includes libsip.so, there should be no
> problem.
> >  I can't find SIP in an RPM format for SuSE 8.0. Do you know where
> > it can be found as an RPM?
> Sorry, but I use self-compiled versions of Qt as well as PyQt.
> A symbol ti15QGPluginManager should be exported by libqt-mt.
> Maybe you should try out the latest builds of qt3 from SuSE (the build
> number is 46), because build 28 has proven not to work with PyQt on my
> computer (I use SuSE 8.0, too).

The libqt-mt of build 46 of SuSE 8.0 doesn't work either. Sip and PyQt 
must be compiled with libqt instead (-l qt).

Detlev Offenbach
detlev at die-offenbachs.de

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