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I know about detecting the system using simple ping command: TTL 64 Linux/BSD 128 Windows 255 UNIX You can change the default TTL, but it is usually the default one. Or try the nmap: nmap -O But you have to study these command (sources) to find the answer you need.


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Are you sure you're talking about Ubuntu 12.04? Qt5 doesn't seem to be available in Ubuntu 12.04. If you're talking about Ubuntu 14.04 or later, I think the package you want is named libqt5x11extras5-dev. Check if it's installed: sudo apt-get install libqt5x11extras5-dev UPDATE: Qt X11 Extras was introduced in Qt 5.1, but the Ubuntu SDK team PPA ...


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set(CMAKE_AUTORCC ON) add_executable(${PROJECT_NAME} ${SRC_LIST} modules/ProjectName/resources.qrc)


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qt5_add_resources(RESOURCES modules/ProjectName/resources.qrc) That thing converts qrc files into C++ files. Names of C++ files are stored in the RESOURCES variable. Executables and libraries are compiled from C++ files by using add_executable and add_library in CMakeFiles.txt. In the "QML app with C++ plugin (cmake)" project template the "C++ plugin" ...



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