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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.


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 ...


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


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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