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Qt/X11 on Beagleboard
I am developing applications by QtEmbedded on Beagleboard.
The application with a frame buffer is able to run.
So Beagleboard has a DVI, I want to run Qt application on the X11.
On an ARM processor, can I move the Qt/X11?
Please tell me how.
luca last edited by
I've never used X11 in BB but I use the DVI output with frame buffer.
Why do you need X11?
Thank your reply
Can I use multi window with frame buffer?
So BB is able to use XWindow system , I think the X11 is more userful than frame buffer.
uranusjr last edited by
Of course you can use Qt/X11 on BeagleBoard, you just need to supply the board correct libraries, and get a working compiling environment. You can get the libs from OpenEmbedded. Or, if you just want Qt/X11 on Ångström, you can use "Narcissus online builder":http://narcissus.angstrom-distribution.org/ to get a quick'n'dirty solution.
Both of the above are "described in detail":http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Qt_on_BeagleBoard in TI's BeagleBoard wiki.
I'll try it.