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I've installed QtSdk-offline-linux-x86-v1.2.1 on Ubuntu 12.10 it has some bugs, crashes all the time.

It does not appear in the Ubuntu Software Center and would not upgrade to the new version by apt-get upgrade.

How can I install the qt sdk 4.x (the version on Ubuntu repository) by apt-get (what command should I use)?

I just want it to be upgradable to new version (when system is getting upgraded) and be completely installed (all libraries are needed just like qt sdk offline installer)

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I guess the Bugs come from Ubuntu 12.10! Switch to 12.04 and you'll be happy :) – amrfaissal Mar 10 '13 at 12:28
I want install QT 4.x on my ubuntu 12.10 not my QT on ubuntu 12.04 – MostafaJF Mar 10 '13 at 18:08
up vote 2 down vote accepted

It's possible by installing following packages


Qt 4 assistant

Qt creator

Qt 4 designer

Qt 4 inguist

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