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Hey guys... been fighting with this for a while now.
Finally got XORG working right, seem to have my nvidia drivers right and openGL set up in nvidia-settings, I think that is all good.

Now, running emerge kde-meta and a ways in I get this:
Emerging kde-base/kopete-3.5.5-r2 to/
(bunch of stuff, all smiles after them )
To support Video4Linux webcams in this package is required to have =x11-libs/qt-3* compiled with OpenGL support.
Please reemerge =x11-libs/qt-3* with USE="opengl"
Call stack:
ebuild.sh, line 1637: Called dyn_setup
ebuild.sh, line 704: Called qa_call 'pkg_setup'
ebuild.sh, line 44: Called pkg_setup
kopete-3.5.5-r2.ebuild, line66: Called die.

OK... so, I don't know what kopete is, and I won't be using a webcam in linux, lol. So, #1 does this mean openGL is not really working? Or does this mean something I don't need, and can somehow skip this? What do I need to emerge to get basic kde, or not get this package... I'd like to have KDE with everything I can to play with. Any ideas guys?
I originally emerged this, with 360ish packages to go. Then it failed, I played with a few things and seemed to get drivers/opengl right, and I reemerged kde-meta and it only had 165ish things to go. So I thought I was past this. Guess not! Any help is appreciated... guess it's time to boot my XP drive again... text based OCN is teh suck! lol.
    
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What this means is that you need to set the "opengl" use flag in your /etc/make.conf....

Make sure the USE= in your /etc/make.conf has these...

So do

(Code) nano /etc/make.conf (code)

/etc/make.conf:
Use="X opengl dri qt3 qt4 kde"

then re-emerge x11-libs/qt3
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