Cliff McDiarmid wrote:
> Hello
> I'm trying to build the latest kdebase-runtime 4.3  with phonon from
> qt-4.5 - at least thats what kde wants me to do
No, KDE does not say that.  You should build Qt "-no-phonon" if you are 
using Qt only for KDE.

> cmake finds headers/libraries but then build stops with:
> phonon/kded-module/phononserver.h:26:36: error:
> Phonon/ObjectDescription: No such file or directory
> It seems to want to use phonon from qt in /opt rather than the other
> version I have installed in /usr. I understand this is right, is it?.
>> From the cmake configure output it is finding the version under qt,
>> but still fails to find the above file(it exists) when compiling.
> Can anyone suggest a reason for this on LFS?  Has anyone had similar
> problems?
It is possible that this will work if Qt was built with Phonon, but 
since Qt Phonon is not what KDE requires, you MUST install the KDE 
Phonon package:

You should install this with the same: "-DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<path>" 
as you will use for KDE.

Since there are other packages required, I would just install KDESupport 
which is available only from SVN:

svn co svn://

You need the other stuff which is listed there as well!

You also need: "shared-mime-info" and "Boost".  Note the instructions 
for getting KDE packages to build against Boost built from source.

James Tyrer

Linux (mostly) From Scratch
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