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compile QT - burn your CPU

Somebody know, compile QT take some Hours. The Problem, the (multi-core)CPU dosnt work on limit.

I try for build QT.

Before jom I needed 2 hours. Now Qt builds in less than 1 hour.

You need QT for build jom. You find a Binary and more Infos here: Ozon

Hi, I have problem with enabling MMX and SSE instructions. I followed build instructions to the letter, but configure always tell MMX no, SSE no?


You're not telling Qt to use it's explicit MMX and SSE optimizations, you're telling the compiler that it's ok to use it automatically :) So if Qt says MMX: no, don't worry about it. Slicer 15:54, 21 July 2007 (PDT)


--Kissaki 14:15, 31 March 2011 (UTC)


  • Mumble
    • Microsoft Windows SDK
    • Microsoft DirectX SDK
    • Protobuf
    • Libsndfile
    • Boost
    • VLD (optional, debug version only)
    • Ice (Server)
    • Qt
      • OpenSSL
        • ZLib
    • Bonjour (Optional)
    • G15SDK (Optional)
    • MySQL (Optional)
    • ASIO (Optional)

Qt (Optional)

Some changes have been made to Qt, for fixing and for additional features. However, you can also compile Mumble against a “normal”, pre-compiled Qt.


Standard Qt

  • Download the SDK
  • change into the qt/languages subfolder
  • run lrelease (from the qt/bin folder) against qt/languages/
lrelease qt/languages/
  • Copy the files listed in mumble-src/src/mumble/mumble_qt.qrc from qt/languages to mumble-src/src/mumble/