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I solved this by removing Ubuntu's android-tools-adb and restarting adb server from the Android SDK installation directory.
Go to Settings → Softwares & Updates On Ubuntu Software tab: Enable universe component On Updates tab: Enable trusty-security & trusty-updates Close & Reload sudo apt-get install libqt4-core As you can see here from apt-cache policy output: libqt4-core: Installed: (none) Candidate: 4:4.8.5+git192-g085f851+dfsg-2ubuntu4 Version ...
Install Qt development packages qt5-default qtdeclarative5-dev through apt-get.
So yes, native render for Qt is solution of this problem. Steps i'm doing to fixing: sudo nano /etc/environment Add new line to the bottom of the file (second line for me) with this QT_GRAPHICSSYSTEM=native Save and exit by pressing: CTRL+O, CTRL+X Reboot the system: sudo shutdown -r Thats it.
Ubuntu CTO Matt Zimmerman's blog is also informative: It is in this spirit that I have been thinking about Qt recently. We want to make it fast, easy and painless to develop applications for Ubuntu, and Qt is an option worth exploring for application developers. In thinking about this, I’ve realized that there is quite a bit of commonality ...
Apparently it iterates over documents, not inside one document. It took hello.world.id and hello.world.message from aDocument. If you add another document aDocument2, there will be two lines. Maybe it should expand lists that it finds inside. But the description of the Query class probably says that one result corresponds to exactly one document: ...
You can use Qt5 Configuration Tool to tell Qt 5 to use GTK+ style and change font settings
Updating my JDK from version 7 to 8 solved the problem for me. sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jdk If you are using 14.04 or older you probably need to manually add a PPA before installing (for example sudo add-apt-repository ppa:openjdk-r/ppa, no safety guarantee though!) Next, select the new version via: sudo update-alternatives --config java. You ...
I had the same problem. You're right, the reason is there is no free shared memory in the system. To find out, who's taking all shared memory, you can run ipcs -m -p. In my case the output was something like: $ ipcs -m -p ------ Shared Memory Creator/Last-op PIDs -------- shmid owner cpid lpid 1277952 weekens 3642 3746 ...
This is my change to the offending code: /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/autokey/model.py def _should_trigger_abbreviation(self, buffer): """ Checks whether, based on the settings for the abbreviation and the given input, the abbreviation should trigger. @param buffer Input buffer to be checked (as string) """ for abbr in ...
The problem appears resolved after the update on Nov 6, 2015 and a reboot.
installation of qt5-default turned the red error icon into a yellow warning one and enabled me to build projects.
QT_GRAPHICSSYSTEM=native works for me for VirtualBox.
Have you tried the workaround described here? https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=200167 I had the similar problems with Skype, VLC and Double Commander on my laptop with Ubuntu 15.04 and the hack cured them all. Just add the following line QT_GRAPHICSSYSTEM=native to the file /etc/environment
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