On 06/24/2012 05:40 PM, Darrell Anderson wrote: > Use the --reverse parameter, like this: > > cat a5dfd481.diff | patch -p1 --reverse --verbose --no-backup-if-mismatch || exit 1 > > I do that often when troubleshooting new problems that did not exist a day or two earlier. > > Darrell > All good. I just had to find what needed adjusting. Just frustrating doing the 2 steps forward 3 steps back dance when expecting to be able to move 2 steps forward in the few hours available. If the changes help the majority, then they are good changes. If they can be made without impact to any -- even better. After the issue was found, I see how the problem was created, but I still don't understand why anybody would want a lib64 directory hanging out under the tqt3 directory. I can't see anybody ever having both a 32-bit and 64-bit version of TQt3 installed at the same time. By my reading of FHS, that is the only reason you would every want the /lib<alternate> format to be used in the first place. However, if installing in /usr and your distro is one that uses /lib64 for libs in general on 64 bit installs, I can see wanting everything to end up in the same directory, but for installs in /opt, I just think it makes the directory look a lot messier to have lib64 hanging around. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.