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  • ...e compiled if the required library is present, but they aren't critical to run KDE. For instance, libldap for the LDAP kioslave, and cdparanoia for the au In order to run KDE applications, you need the Qt, arts, and kdelibs packages. For a simple
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  • === Make And Run === <!--T:28--> ...ually enforced in some KDE software, to use a separate build directory and run '''CMake''' from there:
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  • ...compiled if the required library is present, but they aren't critical to run KDE. For instance, <tt>libldap</tt> for the LDAP kioslave, and <tt>cdparano In order to run KDE applications, you need the Qt, arts, and kdelibs packages. For a simple
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  • ...e compiled if the required library is present, but they aren't critical to run KDE. For instance, <tt>libldap</tt> for the LDAP kioslave, and <tt>cdparano In order to run KDE applications, you need the Qt, arts, and kdelibs packages. For a simple
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  • ...compiled if the required library is present, but they aren't critical to run KDE. For instance, <tt>libldap</tt> for the LDAP kioslave, and <tt>cdparano In order to run KDE applications, you need the Qt, arts, and kdelibs packages. For a simple
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  • ...compiled if the required library is present, but they aren't critical to run KDE. For instance, <tt>libldap</tt> for the LDAP kioslave, and <tt>cdparano In order to run KDE applications, you need the Qt, arts, and kdelibs packages. For a simple
    4 KB (643 words) - 19:52, 10 March 2016
  • ...compiled if the required library is present, but they aren't critical to run KDE. For instance, <tt>libldap</tt> for the LDAP kioslave, and <tt>cdparano In order to run KDE applications, you need the Qt, arts, and kdelibs packages. For a simple
    4 KB (642 words) - 19:52, 10 March 2016
  • ...e compiled if the required library is present, but they aren't critical to run KDE. For instance, <tt>libldap</tt> for the LDAP kioslave, and <tt>cdparano In order to run KDE applications, you need the Qt and kdelibs packages. For a simple deskto
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  • if the second process runs as root. If it should run as another
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  • === Make and Run === To build and run it, make sure you have your build environment set up correctly as described
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  • This tutorial covers challenges that you may eventually run into such as translating handbooks and other data that exists outside of th ...faces. Covers generating the XML descriptions, instantiating interfaces at run time and setting up the build system with CMake.</translate>
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  • Then you should run the following SQL to get yourself an empty database structure: http://websv To populate the database, you should run media/update_community_cronjob.php from Capacity.
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  • * run s/old/new/ over the KDE codebase to change the names in the sources
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  • ..." which gets replaced with the URL of the image file before the command is run. If our command can accept more than one file at a time we can use "%U" ins
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  • You should now try to run this program. When you run the application, you will see a small window filled with a single button, a
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  • When you run this program, you will see an even smaller window than in Chapter 1, filled
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  • ...ocated in the ''bin'' directory of your Qt installation directory. You can run it by typing: ...ice>Build -> Run automake & friends</menuchoice> then <menuchoice>Build -> Run configure</menuchoice>. The ''Messages output window'' should say
    37 KB (6,289 words) - 14:39, 24 January 2012
  • You must have the Subversion client installed, then run in a shell: to the '''konstruct''' directory and run:
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  • *force-reedit: re-run automake and am_edit on the Makefile.am ...(i.e. those defined with check_PROGRAMS). It is even possible to actually run some tests during "make check", see kdelibs/arts/tests/Makefile.am
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  • system-run run
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