Thanks for the hints!
No Problem. I was googling about Qt4 errors for a few days, after that I've realized that it is faster to kill pdaXrom and use Gentoo. Now it is compiling (30h already) without any warning...
After trying the cross compiling for a while I simply gave up, Qt is trying to build some tools to use them afterwards in its own build process... so I had to go native (at zaurus speeds)
Yeah, Qt is very big library. It should took around 50h to compile it natively.
I knew the bit about the compiler, I had to disable the precompiled headers for having something going (it complained about some pch error after 3 hours of native compiling).
In fact there is one thing that you haven't found - it says something like:
Warning: bla-bla-bla will always fail!
this is the most dangeourus thing - it is becouse of glibc (was fixed in 2.3.2 only), and that's why Qt4, even if you manage to build it won't work (in fact it shouldn't build at all - after ~8h you'll get a lot of asm-related errors becouse of that little warning).
And yes, maybe the problems I am having are related to glibc (actually this brings light to the spot!) Does anyone know if there is an updated glibc version for pdaXrom?
There was 2.3.2 for pdaXrom 1.1.0 Beta1 somewhere. But be careful - glibc 2.2.x and 2.3.x can be binary incompatible
P.S. You probably will need http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/pkg-kde/branche...file&rev=0&sc=0