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ubuntu 10.04 and qt4 driver compatibility issues
Fahad H last edited by
First of all, i am a beginner in Ubuntu. I need to sort out an issue in an existing Ubuntu 10.04 system which runs qt4 package. I just updated one qt4 (*.pro) program and cant be build due to the compiler error as shown below.
make: g++: Command not found
make: *** [main.o] Error 127
Exited with code 2.
I tried to install gcc drivers and all, but still some compatibility issues are there and the issue still persists. There is no option for updating Ubuntu, since i have to maintain the same OS. Please guide me some options to solve this issue, i am fed up trying to solve this.
JonB last edited by JonB
I need to sort out an issue in an existing Ubuntu 10.04 system which runs qt4 package.
I assume the machine you are using is not the actual one which was used to do the compilation originally?
I tried to install gcc drivers and all, but still some compatibility issues are there and the issue still persists.
You are going to need to correctly install and set up
It might help if you knew precisely what version of
g++the software you have was compiled for when working. But I don't suppose you know that?
I just updated one qt4 (*.pro) program
Do you actually need to update the
.profile for some reason? Or do you mean you've made a change in the source code?