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libqt5sql5-mysql is not a part of the default image. If you wish to use it, you must either install it on the phone (which I assume would require making your image writable) or include it as part of your application. As an example, QHttpServer is not provided by the default image. I use it in Beru, so I build it as part of my application.
From the official Ubuntu Phone developer page: Going native The Ubuntu SDK includes everything you need to create your own scopes, repurpose your web/HTML5 content and develop native apps. QtCreator IDE (2.8.1) with improved device detection and management So start here
All the tools you need are included in Ubuntu repositories. You must install the package qtcreator, which has an integrated QtDesigner, and the package pyqt5-dev-tools, which provides pyuic5, a utility that generates Python code from .ui files. sudo apt-get install qtcreator pyqt5-dev-tools
QT assistant is packaged as part of qttools5-dev-tools, you will also want qt5-doc for the QT5 SDK documentation. To install run the following command: sudo apt-get install qt5-doc qttools5-dev-tools To launch you can run this command from a terminal: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt5/bin/assistant You may want to create a desktop file to make it ...
You need to install libgl1-mesa-dev to get the libgl.so file which Qt links against.
I've just verified and seems QCameraInfo::availableCameras() always returns an empty list indeed. This seems like a bug. I've reported it here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qtmultimedia-opensource-src/+bug/1438072 Please confirm and add any other findings you might have related to QCamera and C++.
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