[quote author="sushant" date="1371810323"]I try to install qt on fedora 15 (32 bit) .Help me to create a serial port application (setting is created baudrate,start/stop,parity,hardware support.) how to download the serial port application http://doc-snapshot.qt-project.org/qt5-stable/qtserialport/terminal.html and install in embedded board[/quote] That example is designed to run on your PC. What do you want your embedded board to do?
Qt is both an open source and commercial platform. Many big companies are using Qt. I guess these are commercial customers. Seeing job opportunities in India, I guess there are more openings now on the embedded side, some openings in desktop and nothing on mobile side. I'am more optimistic now regarding Qt. Once there is full support for ios and Android with Qt 5.2, there is a chance for an explosive growth in Qt opportunities. 2014 should be the deciding year.
santhosh: No, the MSVC-based Qt 5 packages do NOT include a compiler. MSVC is copyright by microsoft and the Qt project can not redistribute it, so you have to get and install it separately. Any MSVC2010 installation will suffice, either the free-of-charge visual studio express edition, the full visual studio or the WinSDK 7 should work.
I found that Qt Creator 2.6.0 doesn't run qmake for the windows installation. If you do this at the command-line and build from Qt Creator with the resulting Makefile you can then load the .exe file target when Qt Creator tries to run .exe.
Once you have done this once, ie. the Makefile exists and .exe file setup in Qt Creator it works fine.
I set the Windows user Environment variable $PATH to include C:\Qt\4.8.3\bin but not sure if that was necessary. The windows installation of Qt shouldn't have these problems.
am also facing same scenario when i deploy my Qt app into beaglexM board...
Showing two mouse pointers one for Qt app & one for OS.
Also after loading nd running my Qt App in my board, QT GUI is behaving with mouse clicks but at same time it is wiping out my OS GUI.
Pls assist me ...
Have you ever took a look at SVG file how it's written?
It's an xml file.
So one solution would be: read image by image as xml and save required data into a string.
When you are finished gathering data, you only write generated string into an xml file.
You should be able to get the local username using system specific APIs, but getting the password will be tricky: The OS does only keep the hash of it, not the actual value so that nobody can retrieve it.
In Linux you could look into PAM (plugable authentication module): Those are triggered during log in (if the admin has configured them) and actually see the password.
Thanks for reply well my ....Qt ver...is 2.2.0 and i use it to develop arm11 programme. As i newbie to arm so, i read on net it is the only version supported by friendly arm so, i decided to stick with older version. if anybody sure to use latest one with friendlyarm i will use it too.