I've been using qt (source) for a while now.
I just did a clean install on my computer. Using ubuntu 10.10 from here: http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/download
I've got qt source package from here: http://get.qt.nokia.com/qt/source/qt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.7.2.zip
(all required dependencies are in place)
Now I've got multiple issues while trying to configure & build, which I didn't have before:
the configure command I use:
$ ./configure -v -confirm-license -opensource -dbus -phonon -phonon-backend -opengl -xrender -xrandr -xfixes -xinerama -xsync -xshape -no-declarative -nomake demos -nomake examples
the error message I've got:
bash: ./configure: /bin/sh^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
I found a solution for this, it was a known issue some time ago
the .configure file format had to be adjusted using dos2unix
(I tried older qt source's, eg: 4.7.0, I used before without issues, they don't work either anymore)
Once it's done there is an another issue while trying to execute the same command, the error message is:
You don't seem to have 'make' or 'gmake' in your PATH.
no make?!? = )
I found also others had a similar issue, but there is no working solution, nor the root cause is know for this.
Anybody have any ideas?