SGI non-linear editing ... was[rescue] WTB: SS20 Ram, External SCSI CD
kevin at mpcf.com
Tue Jun 3 22:37:15 CDT 2003
Thus far i haven't gotten it to work on the Octane, but i've
only attempted for a half hour or so. The jahshaka sgi binary
was compiled for an O2, presumably an R5K O2, as it looks for
32bit qt libs. If you want it working on an Octane it might
be easier to compile from source.
The jahshaka docs say to create a link a symlink from
/usr/freeware/lib32 to /user/lib/qt2.x.x. Did this on my box
but used /usr/freeware/lib64 as that is where my qt libs are
located (default freeware install.) Of course that didn't
As for the warning.... due to the fact that i dislike KDE, i
don't generally run qt on my linux boxen so when i see that an
app requires it i usually look elsewhere unless i really need
that particular app. The warning is just force of habit, i
suppose. Most of the sgi freeware uses GTK+.
On Wed, 4 Jun 2003 00:15:13 -0700 (PDT)
Francisco Javier Mesa-Martinez <lefa at ucsc.edu> wrote:
> On Tue, 3 Jun 2003, KRM wrote:
> > Warning... it requires QT libs.
> Oh, no.... what are we gonna do now :)
> Is that supposed to be a problem, I do not get it.
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