(running Fedora 11 x86_64)
when trying to compile i get:
[root@dot stopmotion-0.6.2]# ./configure
checking for pkg-config... /usr/bin/pkg-config
checking for QtCore >= 4.0.1... configure: error: *** QtCore module not found or wrong version ***
i can't find a package for QtCore module
when i attempt to rebuild the source rpm i get
error: Failed build dependencies:
SDL_image1.2-devel is needed by stopmotion-0.4.1-1.src
i have SDL_image-devel installed, but i can't find SDL_image1.2-devel, i think it may be a MAndriva thing. can i somehow edit the source rpm to use SDL_image instead?
i really like fedora better than ubuntu/mint but i might have to switch. i use fedora because i am an animator and i use maya 2009, but i need video editing programs for editing and a stop motion program for indulging in the physical side of animation.i know it's possible to get Maya running in ubuntu. does anyone know if it runs as well/stable in ubuntu?
i was about to switch, not having found a good video editor in the repositories, until i came across kdenlive, which is good enough for my needs. i want to install openmovieeditor, cinelerra, and stop motion, but when i attempt to compile from source i'm always met with problems such as above.
would it be worth while to switch to a distro i like using less and deal with setting up Maya 2009 on Kubuntu, and in return get a wealth of video editing software. I guess it depends on how well maya runs in ubuntu and whether i can figure out how to install Stop Motion in fedora.