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Wasn't so simple on OTA 10.1 (Ubuntu 15.04), BQ E5, with phablet-shell ssh connection, I had to issue this one-liner command line to get it to run: APP_ID=com.ubuntu.clock_clock_3.7.456 \ QML2_IMPORT_PATH=/usr/share/click/preinstalled/com.ubuntu.clock/3.7.456/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf \ QML_IMPORT_TRACE=1 \ /usr/bin/qmlscene \ ...


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Have a look at SikuliX Sikuli automates anything you see on the screen. It uses image recognition to identify and control GUI components. It is useful when there is no easy access to a GUI's internal or source code. see also this SO discussion.


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The default theme for Ubuntu mobile is Suru and the icons are located in /usr/share/icons/suru Any of the icons can be used by name. Even icons outside the Suru icon set. If the file is /usr/share/icons/suru/actions/scalable/like.svg The code could be: Action { id: likeAction iconName: "like" // the files name without file ending text: "I ...


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Fixed it! I've just deleted all the .user files in the project folder.


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Had to uninstall this PPA. The rest of the instructions worked as expected, and my original Firefox profile was restored. sudo ppa-purge ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/firefox-aurora


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I found the answer in IRC. You need to use the python3 plugin specifying the dependencies in a list parts: py: plugin: python3 python-packages: - <my-dependency>


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I second this. I'm actually able to build and debug regardless of the red underline on this, but when I try to open the design tab I get: QML module not found Import paths: /var/lib/schroot/chroots/click-ubuntu-sdk-15.04-armhf/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/qt5/qml # ls -l ...


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No. Why? Snaps. There are two key points here. This paragraph from the announcement of inclusion of snaps in 16.04: Developers of paid apps have often been the most frustrated with having to manage dependencies and compatibility with various libraries, especially on older releases of Ubuntu. For this reason these applications are going to be ...


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There is right know a problem with Ubuntu SDK IDE. It does not work under Ubuntu touch. At least I did not make it work until now. If that would work you can start developing Ubuntu apps on it.


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As you found out yourself while testing, the entry responsible for such behavior is: X-Ubuntu-Gettext-Domain=gnome-screenshot From https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment/Internationalisation/Packaging: DESKTOP ENTRIES Translations of desktop entries (.desktop files) are also stripped out and included in language packs. Contrary to what ...


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I got the clue from a comment to this question that I can't find anymore. If you want to write to/read from the filesystem you have to take care of the app confinement of Ubuntu. An normal not OS trusted application can only write to some limited "private" directories and read from some more directories. You can use the QStandardPaths class to find these ...


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Ubuntu touch apps write to ~/.local/share/applicationName, where applicationName is the name you defined in MainView and manifest.json.in You can access data in that directory via a c++ addon. You find a great example in the code from Podbird: https://launchpad.net/podbird Focus on the QStandardPaths class. However, most times it is not necessary to know ...


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Ubuntu has default support for python. and you can run python codes in terminal using python filename.py. PHP - PHPStorm For more here python has a command shell - Ipython ASP.NET - MonoDevelop HTML, CSS, JS, JQUERY, AJAX - Aptana, Kompozer, Intel XDK Text Editors - Sublime Text, Komodo Edit, Atom I think my answer is helpful for you. Thank you


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Sometimes writing down the question helps 1 -> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?pkg=librsvg2-dev;dist=unstable 3 -> https://wiki.debian.org/BuildingTutorial and http :// ccm. net/faq/809-debian-apt-get-no-pubkey-gpg-error


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It's because user IDs are one of the several rough edges in this beta test level subsystem. You are not, in fact, actually a superuser. It just looks that way because the Windows NT Linux subsystem reports it that way to Ubuntu applications through the various system calls. The parts of the system call layer that deal with user IDs simply say that ...



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