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Make the file qt-opensource-linux-x86-5.4.1.run executable chmod +x ~/Downloads/FlareGet/Applications/qt-opensource-linux-x86-5.4.1.run Run with ~/Downloads/FlareGet/Applications/qt-opensource-linux-x86-5.4.1.run And you will see this
It is a little bit old but there is this guide from the netbeans.org: https://netbeans.org/kb/72/cnd/qt-applications.html What I did was install the qt4 tools. sudo apt-get install qt4-dev-tools qt4-designer qt4-default qt4-qmake Then within Netbeans install the C++ support with Tools->Plugins->Available Plugins , select C++ and install. From there ...
get the package for your distribution here: https://community.kde.org/Plasma/Packages systemsettings > appearance > application style (or smth like that> gnome gtk menu entry
You are not giving the right path. You are giving : /opt/Qt/5.4/gcc_64/lib but there is no /opt/Qt/5.4 directory from what you have mentioned earlier, the directory name is /opt/Qt/5 So giving the correct path should do : LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/Qt/5/gcc_64/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
Nathan Osman's answer is great, but Ubuntu SDK team PPA (ppa:ubuntu-sdk-team/ppa) provides only Qt 5.0 for Ubuntu 12.04. If you need features from newer Qt versions you can use the new PPAs by Stephan Binner for Precise and Trusty. He created PPAs for all Qt version starting from 4.8. In order to not mess with Qt system packages, these PPA packages are ...
For QT4 The following steps are taken from an answer on a post on stack overflow, for building with qt4 if it works make sure to give them an upvote. Just use M cross environment (MXE). It takes the pain out of the whole process: Get it: git clone https://github.com/mxe/mxe.git Install build dependencies Build Qt for Windows, its dependencies, and the ...
Another difference is that, if you are on Ubuntu, you may not already have all the QT stuff installed. On Kubuntu, you may not have all the GTK stuff installed. Hence it may make the download much bigger.
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