On 06/22/2012 12:38 PM, Timothy Pearson wrote: >> Darrell, >> >> Here is a summary of the failures. >> >> avahi-tqt: >> >> make: Entering directory `/build/src/avahi-tqt/avahi-tqt' >> GEN qt-watch.moc3 >> /usr/bin/moc-tqt: line 8: tqmoc: command not found >> make all-am >> make: Entering directory `/build/src/avahi-tqt/avahi-tqt' >> CXX libavahi_tqt_la-qt-watch.lo >> qt-watch.cpp:183:25: fatal error: qt-watch.moc3: No such file or directory >> compilation terminated. >> >> What happened here? It says 'GEN qt-watch.moc3', but then fatal error: >> qt-watch.moc3: No such file or directory? > > See "tqmoc: command not found" in your log above. Where is your tqmoc > executable located? > Thanks Tim, That's the confusing part, it's right where it should be. /opt/tqt3/bin/tqmoc -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 2801719 Jun 21 15:46 david/opt/tqt3/bin/tqmoc Is there some other environment variable other that QTDIR that needs setting with the new TQt names? What's confusing to me is it is right where it is supposed to be :( >> kbfx: >> >> -- Will use 'kmenuedit'! >> CMake Error at po/CMakeLists.txt:1 (ADD_POFILES): >> Unknown CMake command "ADD_POFILES". >> >> Looks like a 'borked' CMakeLists. Never seen this before?? > > ADD_POFILES could be valid, but the CMake file that defines that command > may not be included correctly. > > Tim kbfx CMakeList.txt isn't a Serghehi CMakeList, so I suspect that one will just need to be re-written. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.