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Couple of comments. The *.run you are trying to download has x86 in the file name, meaning it is for 32-bit OS, so that is one thing to keep track of. If your OS is 64-bit, you may need to install libc6:i386 . More on that here Second, in my tests running the file requires full path to the file, not just ./qt*.run. I cannot explain why it does it that way, ...


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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


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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 ...



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