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    ucomesdag Guest

    Default 4.3.0 installer and MinGW mirror problem

    Was just wondering if it's just me or is it broken?
    When running the qt-win-opensource-4.3.0-mingw installer and select to install MinGW for me it gives me the error: "Was not able to download mirror list (File Not Found (404)).".

    It's giving me this message since 3 days now...
    Anyone or did I screwed up my network

    Btw it seems to connect to ftp.trolltech.com but I wonder where this mirror list lives...


    [Edit:] It's not me, the file is just missing on ftp.trolltech.com.... (/misc/MinGW-3.4.2.mirrors).
    Here is a mirror with the MinGW installer: http://www.qtopia.org.cn/ftp/mirror/...tech.com/misc/
    Last edited by ucomesdag; 7th July 2007 at 19:38. Reason: Found the answer myself

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    Default Re: 4.3.0 installer and MinGW mirror problem

    1. Install mingw with the installer
    2. Install Qt 4.3.0
    3. Open Qt 4.3.0 Command Prompt and compile it:
    Qt Code:
    1. configure.exe -debug-and-release (plus your preferred parameters)
    2. make
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    Last edited by Burgpflanze; 8th July 2007 at 02:35.

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    ucomesdag Guest

    Default Re: 4.3.0 installer and MinGW mirror problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Burgpflanze View Post
    1. Install mingw with the installer
    2. Install Qt 4.3.0
    3. Open Qt 4.3.0 Command Prompt and compile it:
    Qt Code:
    1. configure.exe -debug-and-release (plus your preferred parameters)
    2. make
    To copy to clipboard, switch view to plain text mode 
    Thanks but I found a mirror... I prefer the version trolltech supplies... at least no surprises...

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