AFAIK, the QtQuick Compiler is a licensed product so you should check with the Qt Company directly. On a side note, it's likely going to be a host tools like qmake or moc so one thing you can try is to copy the one you already have in the binary folder of our self-built Qt.
@jsulm Manage to get kmap2qmap working.
So i gave myself priviledges on /bin first.
Send the file /bin/kmap2qmap to my embedded device at its /bin location.
There seems to be a bug in 5.8.0 with that one however it also seems it has already been fixed at least when building the 5.8 branch from git. You might want to check the bug report system to see if there's something related.
qt-unified-windows-x86-2.0.5-online, I'm a student, I just want to use Qt for my projects. One thing to note is the fact that when I install Qt I only selected the last version (5.8) and also deselect MinGW 5.3.0 cause I already have it installed on my system (maybe I should remove it and let it install it's compiler?) and also, it gave me an error when I tried to install it. I just reinstalled Qt Creator with Qt 5.8 and MinGW 5.3.0 selected under it to show you the error I got while installing it when MinGW 5.3.0 is selected.
@12398890 I don't think CentOS 6.8 will ever become a newer GLibC version - this library is one of the core libs which usually are not updated in the lifecycle of a Linux distribution (only bug fixes). Can't you updgrade to a newer CentOS version?
An alternative would be to try to build QtCreator by yourself.