After doing some research on the source files, since all the tutorials on the internet seem to focus on getting the help working with pre-builds, I found out you have to make the documentation seperatly.
When you build Qt from sources, the Qt components, the IDE (Qt Creator) and the documentation are separate things, and you need to build each one, here are the links for the wiki for each one:
I'm having a similar problem with the auto installer for Linux 64. The installer gets about half way and then stops with the error message:
Error during installation process (qt.54.gcc_64):
File '/qt/5.4/gcc_64/bin/qmake' does not exist or is not an executable binary.
Checked the files and sure enough qmake is not executable by any user and only read write by root, I tried chmod but can't make the file executable. I don't really understand why its not working I have a working tool-chain and executing the run file as root.
I haven’t tried building it from source yet, just hoping some one might know what’s happening?
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