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You would add grunt as a build dependency, and then, probably in the override_dh_auto_install target if you are using the minified dh commands, add a step to run the grunt command.


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Okay I actually found the answer. What did it for me was: echo "gtk-enable-mnemonics = 0" > ~/.gtkrc-2.0 && cp ~/.gtkrc-2.0 ~/.gtkrc-3.0


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Just use visibility: visibility: "Maximized" The doc reads as: visibility : QWindow::Visibility The screen-occupation state of the window. Visibility is whether the window should appear in the windowing system as normal, minimized, maximized, fullscreen or hidden. To set the visibility to AutomaticVisibility means to give the window ...


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Real simple solution: apt-get install qt4-qmake libqt4-dev It will also install a number of other files. Just say Y. Happy kernel compiling!


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Install gtk3-engines-oxygen for Gtk3 and gtk2-engines-qtcurve for Gtk2, and switch to theme in System Settings > Application Appearance > Gtk Configuration. If you don't have a Gtk Configuration, install kde-config-gtk. It's also recommended to install whole qtcurve packages and use it.


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Is this what you were looking for? qttools5-dev-tools


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Unity, by choice, doesn't support what you are referring to as "decent tray icons". It's indicators or nothing. From there you have several options: Make do with the limited indicator capabilities. You can set the menu that will by used by your indicator with the standard QSystemTray.setContextMenu() method. Detach your app from the systray entirely. As ...


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Qt5 style You could edit the Qt application look by using the Style sheets. http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5/qapplication.html#QApplication All Qt programs automatically support the following command line options: -style= style, sets the application GUI style. Possible values depend on your system configuration. If you compiled Qt with additional styles or ...


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KGraphViewer It is: http://extragear.kde.org/apps/kgraphviewer/ Available: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=kgraphviewer Asking backports: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports DIY - if you want it now (from the Utopic to the Trusty) At here installed: build-essential fakeroot dpkg-dev cmake debhelper kdelibs5-dev libphonon-dev ...


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The manual method links to a specific version of Qt Creator. Installing from a PPA would install whatever version it currently provides, and the Ubuntu SDK PPA offers updates - so it might be have some bug fixes (which may in turn create more bugs). Installing using apt, which you would if you use a PPA, automatically selects the version for your ...


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You can install qtcreator 3.1.1 in Ubuntu 14.04 with ppa:alexey-ivanov/qtcreator repository. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexey-ivanov/qtcreator sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install qtcreator


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you can install it from here http://download.qt-project.org/official_releases/qt/5.3/5.3.1/ It appears to be you have 32 bit Ubuntu. So pick up this one http://download.qt-project.org/official_releases/qt/5.3/5.3.1/qt-opensource-linux-x86-5.3.1.run download it then set executable flag and install it to /home/$USER/5.3.1 To use qmake to create makefile you ...


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First of all you'll need the following packages: sudo apt-get install qtcreator-dev qtxmlpatterns5-dev-tools Start a new Project in Qt Creator (Libraries -> Qt Creator Plugin) Give it a name: Confirm the Kit Selection: Use /usr/src/qtcreator for Qt Creator sources and /tmp for Qt Creator build and deploy in Local user settings. Click Next: ...


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download the package apt-get download libgl1-mesa-glx navigate to your home folder using nautilus or thunar or your favorite file manager using the sudo command sudo nautilus /home/ Right-click on the deb file and select extract. Navigate to the folder libgl1-mesa-glx_10.0.0-1ubuntu2_i386 > usr > lib > x86_64-linux-gnu > mesa Now, rename the file ...


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I had the same problem while running the project in terminal. Just uncheck (or check - run - uncheck if it is for some reason unchecked) the box "Run in terminal" in "Projects" (on the left bar) - "Run" tab - "Run" section.


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From the looks of it, you need the OpenGL library. Searching for that libGL.so on packages.ubuntu.com gives a few options: libgl1-mesa-dev fglrx[-updates] nvidia-*[-updates] Which package you select depends on what hardware you are using. In case you aren't using an AMD or NVidia graphics card, you can install the MESA package: sudo apt-get install ...



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