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The Ubuntu SDK offers style components in Ubuntu.Components 1.2 version to allow app developers to customize components to their liking. PageHeadStyle is one such component that can be used to customize the page header throughout the app. Before using this style component, one needs to first define a custom application theme which would include these custom ...
After looking carefully at the outputs from du and similar tools, I discovered that the big directory is /var/lib/schroot. So I moved it to another place sudo mv /var/lib/schroot ~/Dati/SDK and the symlinked it sudo ln -s ~/Dati/SDK/schroot /var/lib/ Until now, it works.
I'm afraid you can't: your application is confined, and cannot access any files under the ~/Pictures directory. More info about this topic at https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/apps/platform/guides/app-confinement/
Your accepted answer didn't work for me. A workaround suggested here https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-touch-meta/+bug/1299441 was to delete the CMakeLists.txt.user each time before starting qtcreator. But updating qtcreator to version 3.1 worked for me.
We are working on this issue, but one idea would be to do sudo apt-get install ubuntu-sdk-libs-dev libgl1-mesa-dev-lts-utopic libgles2-mesa-dev-lts-utopic I will check if it is a generic enough and permanent solution for this problem or not. But it worth a try.
You add your dependencies to the debian/control file, line 11 Line 11 shows one of the most powerful features of the Debian packaging system. Packages can relate to each other in various ways. Apart from Depends, other relationship fields are Recommends, Suggests, Pre-Depends, Breaks, Conflicts, Provides, and Replaces. ...
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