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#276 wontfix Port QtMultimedia module Yagiza

Qt4 port for OS/2(eCS) in its current state has no QtMultimedia? so it lacks of multimedia features. So, porting of the most multimedia applications is impossible now. Now I'm working on an XMPP client with VoIP implemented via Jingle. Of course, VoIP features are using QtMultimedia?, 'cause there is no other way to interact with audio device in Qt. So, there will be no VoIP support in OS/2 version of the application until Qt4 for OS/2 will have QtMultimedia? module.

#275 fixed Qt 4.7.3 yum install as the preferred method Machster

I installed a fresh Qt4 install in Ecomstation 2.1 using yum. Installation was verified by downloading and successfully opening a few apps. However, half of the apps I installed did not open at all. For example the web browsers Surfer and QtWeb?.

I uninstalled the yum installation and manually installed the Qt files to the root of my drive and modified config.sys. From then on all of the apps I had installed launched perfectly.

This above was repeated twice with the same results. Yum install seems to be an issue with [at least] eComstation 2.1.

#274 fixed Qt FileDialog locks up machine with Core 2 Quad, but works with Core 2 Duo herwigb

On my ThinkCentre A57 powered by a Core 2 Quad I noticed immediately after (manual) installation that the machine will lockup solidly when clicking around in the Qt FileDialog attempting to open a file.

This happens for any Qt App I tried, most notably for SMPlayer.

If I disable one or more cores of the Quad the lockup is still there.

Today I swapped the Core 2 Quad CPU for a Core 2 Duo CPU and the problem completely goes away (that IMHO rules out a faulty installation as Silvan suspected). After going back to the Core 2 Quad, the problem is there again.

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