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  1. Actually you're just missing the qt developer files, since qt creator is using QMake. They are available in Mandriva repos, install libqt4-devel either from Mandriva Control Center or with urpmi libqt4-devel If you use Mandriva 2009.0 and have an updated system you will get the latest qt v4.5 (not that it really matters). I 'm not sure if starting Qt Creator after that will autodetect the paths, but if it doesn't. Press the + sign in the Tools -> Options -> Qt4 menu and add /usr/lib/qt4 as path (or browse to that folder). Now you should be able to compile :D (Also you must enter a Version name for the path. Just enter qt4 if it's not added automatically)
  2. Well, I've actually not used Qt-creator that much since I'm used to Eclipse. But I did a small test. If you choose File->New and under projects choose "Qt4 Console Application", click Next and then choose a project path and name. Click Next again and untick all selections on the next screen. You now have an almost empty project, with this code in main.cpp: #include <QtCore/QCoreApplication> int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { QCoreApplication a(argc, argv); return a.exec(); } If you don't intend to use any Qt stuff delete everything and create a new main. Sure the file is called main.cpp but it will compile c code. You can edit the .pro file and add your own sourcefiles with the .c extensions.
  3. But it will compile C code just as Eclipse does. Eclipse handles C code nicely.
  4. I use Eclipse at work, for daily Qt C/C++ development, and it works really well. But I had huge problems with C/C++ development using the Eclipse package in Mandriva repros. But I downloaded the latest version from www.eclipse.org (I also downloaded the Qt eclipse integration from trolltech) and after that everything works perfectly. You could also try Nokia/Trolltechs Qt Creator which I've just done some breif testing with but it seems quite good. Simple, but easy to use. http://www.qtsoftware.com/products/appdev/...developer-tools
  5. I've gotten the new Hotmail version to work under Linux with Firefox v 3.03. It seems like Microsoft is actively shutting out Linux users. If you use the usersagent string for Firefox v3.03 with Windows in the Linux version everything works. Hotmail works with this user agent string: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/2008092417 Firefox/3.0.3 Hmm.. why doesn't Microsoft like Linux users? ;-)
  6. Thanks! I can't believe I missed that option :D So far my kid doesn't hold the power button pressed so this isn't a problem, and it also good to be able to turn off the power with the 5-10s button hold, if the computer would freeze.
  7. How do I stop the Power button from turning off the computer. My 15 month old kid thinks it's really funny to press that power button, and well I don't think it's that funny, really ;) Any help would be appreciated
  8. ppcrulez

    Acer Ferrari

    Well, I have a Acer Ferrari 3400, a modell that is a few years old (It's an AMD Mobile Athlon 64 with 512MB RAM, bluetooth, WLAN etc). It was top specs when I got it several years ago and it still works very well. Mandriva works perfectly on it, everything works even bluetooth and WLAN. Th eonly thing that isn't so good about this one is the battery performance. But that might have improved on the new Ferrari versions from ACER.
  9. I use Vmware for this at work, and it works perfectly, and have done so for almost a year with heavy usage. I followed this guide: http://oopsilon.com/Running-a-Windows-Partition-in-VMware I actually use seamless remote dektop to my virtual windows machine and then run the Windows applications in windows on my Linux Desktop. A great way to access those must have special windows programs at work :-)
  10. Morphing can be achieved with GIMP and GAP (the GIMP Animation Package). I've done that a few times and it works nicely. urpmi gimp2-gap to install in Mandriva :-) Check out this tutorial: http://www.glitchseekers.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=3342 It's not that hard and the end result is perfect if you put an effort in placing the points.
  11. Well for the user switching problem I don't have any solution, I've also had this problem in both 2007.1 and 2008.0. For sound you just have to add the users to the audio group, at least that's what I did, after that the audio works for multiple users.
  12. I bought Powerpack 2008.0 one day after release and I had excellent download speed. I have a 30Mbit/s connection and I got >2MB/s from the Mandriva server and I think that download speed is pretty good. But maybe I just had good luck. So far 2008.0 has been stable for me, not a single problem so far. The system was up and running within 30min and within that time I had installed 2008.0 and also reinstalled the packages that I want like Opera (why isn't Opera installed by default), VLC.. etc. I have also installed 2008.0 Powerpack on my Acer Ferrari Laptop and I got 1 hour better battery time, which is excellent :-) One thing that I think is sad though is that Mandrivas releases gets very little attention in Sweden, while Ubuntu gets loads of articles from respectable news sources. IMHO Mandriva is just as good as Ubuntu (actually I think it's better thats why I use it as my main distrubution).
  13. Great news! I actually took out my creditcard and bought the PowerPack version (for €39 which is a quite nice price). It's the first time I've bought something from Mandriva. But the fact that I liked 2007.1 a lot, I figured why not support Mandriva. It downloaded really fast I had 2MB/s from the ftp... very nice :-) Well.. now it's time to install....
  14. I never thought of the fact that there was a plf version also. I used the standard Mandriva version, and now that I changed to the plf version it actually works nicely. Thanks!
  15. I wanted to use the x264 codec to encode some DV-video I've shoot with my camera. Mencoder that is installable through the RPM manager doesn't seem to have been compiled with this option. I checked out MPlayer source from SVN I tried to compile MPlayer/MEncoder by hand. But I had som troubles when trying to compile it. I get the following error: libavcodec/libavcodec.a(utils.o): In function `avcodec_encode_video': utils.c:(.text+0x158c): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(utils.o): In function `avcodec_decode_video': utils.c:(.text+0x1eea): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpegvideo.o): In function `MPV_frame_end': mpegvideo.c:(.text+0x373): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpegvideo.o): In function `dct_quantize_refine': mpegvideo.c:(.text+0x829e): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpegvideo.o): In function `DCT_common_init': mpegvideo.c:(.text+0xb8de): undefined reference to `MPV_common_init_mmx' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpegvideo.o): In function `ff_draw_horiz_band': mpegvideo.c:(.text+0xca65): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpegvideo.o): In function `encode_picture': mpegvideo.c:(.text+0xe5cf): undefined reference to `mm_flags' mpegvideo.c:(.text+0xed1f): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpegvideo.o): In function `MPV_encode_picture': mpegvideo.c:(.text+0x1041f): undefined reference to `mm_flags' mpegvideo.c:(.text+0x10a97): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpegvideo.o):mpegvideo.c:(.text+0x226d7): more undefined references to `mm_flags' follow libavcodec/libavcodec.a(dsputil.o): In function `dsputil_init': dsputil.c:(.text+0x189c0): undefined reference to `dsputil_init_mmx' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpeg12.o): In function `decode_frame': mpeg12.c:(.text+0x7cd6): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpeg12.o): In function `mpeg_decode_frame': mpeg12.c:(.text+0xb6d0): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(mpeg12.o): In function `slice_decode_thread': mpeg12.c:(.text+0xd43b): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(ratecontrol.o): In function `ff_rate_control_uninit': ratecontrol.c:(.text+0x786): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(ratecontrol.o): In function `ff_rate_control_init': ratecontrol.c:(.text+0x1384): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(ratecontrol.o):ratecontrol.c:(.text+0x267c): more undefined references to `mm_flags' follow libavcodec/libavcodec.a(fft.o): In function `ff_fft_init': fft.c:(.text+0x3af): undefined reference to `mm_support' fft.c:(.text+0x4e9): undefined reference to `ff_imdct_calc_3dn2' fft.c:(.text+0x4f0): undefined reference to `ff_fft_calc_3dn2' fft.c:(.text+0x546): undefined reference to `ff_imdct_calc_sse' fft.c:(.text+0x54d): undefined reference to `ff_fft_calc_sse' fft.c:(.text+0x55d): undefined reference to `ff_fft_calc_3dn' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(cljr.o): In function `decode_frame': cljr.c:(.text+0x264): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(dv.o): In function `dvvideo_decode_frame': dv.c:(.text+0x3224): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(dv.o): In function `dvvideo_encode_frame': dv.c:(.text+0x433b): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(ffv1.o): In function `decode_frame': ffv1.c:(.text+0x220e): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(ffv1.o): In function `encode_frame': ffv1.c:(.text+0x671c): undefined reference to `mm_flags' libavcodec/libavcodec.a(huffyuv.o):huffyuv.c:(.text+0x3b46): more undefined references to `mm_flags' follow collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [mplayer] Error 1 Anyone who can help with this? Configure went fine and it Identified my CPU correctly. Or is there some other way to encode with x264?
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