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How do I install the QML toolkit on 12.04? [closed]
I'm trying to install the Ubuntu QML toolkit. I've installed Qt5 successfully, but I'm failing on the QML toolkit. Below is the error information: W: Failed to fetch ...
Jan 3 '13 at 1:52
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