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handheld-linux
post Sep 25 2007, 04:58 AM
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One of our customers has tried and gets this error message:
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I've tried to install KO/PI on the PC (running XP) having both copied qt-mt334.dll (www.dll-files.com) from the zip file and using qt-win-opensourse-4.2.3-mingw.exe from www.pyqwt.sourseforge.net and I still get the error message:

  "The procedure entry point ? minimumSizeHint@Qwidget@@UBE?AVGSize could not be located in the dynamic link library qt-mt334.dll.".

The error message made no hits in google.
Any hints? Ideas?

Thank you very much,
Nikolaus Schaller
The Handheld-Linux Shop
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Chero
post Sep 25 2007, 08:16 AM
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QUOTE(handheld-linux @ Sep 25 2007, 01:58 PM)
One of our customers has tried and gets this error message:
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I've tried to install KO/PI on the PC (running XP) having both copied qt-mt334.dll (www.dll-files.com) from the zip file and using qt-win-opensourse-4.2.3-mingw.exe from www.pyqwt.sourseforge.net and I still get the error message:

  "The procedure entry point ? minimumSizeHint@Qwidget@@UBE?AVGSize could not be located in the dynamic link library qt-mt334.dll.".

The error message made no hits in google.
Any hints? Ideas?

Thank you very much,
Nikolaus Schaller
The Handheld-Linux Shop
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Use these instead.
Place them in the dir where you have kopi.exe
Attached File(s)
Attached File  kdepim334dll.zip ( 2.91MB ) Number of downloads: 16
Attached File  MSVCP71.ZIP ( 128.7K ) Number of downloads: 11
 
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