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I have a linux box installed with RedHat 5.1 I want to install
KDE. I first install qt that is need for kde. BUt while installing qt it gives the following error:

cc1plus no such a file or directory.

but cc1plus is included somewhere in /usr/lib/gcclib/........

what can be the cause of the error? please help
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by:hbrady
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Are you using qt-1_40-1rh51_i386.rpm ?  That is what I used and it worked fine.
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by:mujdat
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no mine is qt-1_13 or 1_30 like this
where can i find the qt that u used.
thanx for your help
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by:mujdat
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and i install package

rpm -Uhv "package_name"

is it true? what else should i do after install qt package?
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pestilence earned 50 total points
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You need QT 1.4 to install KDE...
to find a update version go to:
www.troll.no

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