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Compiler already configured, but it's not
Hey all, running into an issue trying to add a compiler. I'm on Ubuntu, following this set of tutorials:http://www.emsyslabs.com/how-to-compile-linux-using-yocto-for-stm32mp1/
Unfortunately when I'm going to add my compiler in the settings, it's claiming that the compiler is already configured. In fact, it's not, and it's not on the list--so I can't add it to a kit.
Reinstalling and deleting the preferences folders has not solved the problem. Is there somewhere else the Qt creator is looking for this information that I can purge?
Update, I wiped out my VM and am running a totally fresh install--still getting the same error!
I have tried multiple versions of Qt as well.
@andyfilms What compiler is that and how exactly do you configure it?
@jsulm Hi, It's a G++ compiler generated by the Yocto SDK, but this occurs even if I leave the compiler path blank or fill it it with something else. It always fails.
I think I've solved it by downloading from the official Ubuntu repository with an apt-get, rather than with the web installer--but I'm not 100% sure yet. I'm curious to know if anyone else is able to get my same error on Ubuntu.
@andyfilms which Creator version is that?
https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTCREATORBUG-22812 might be related to this problem - you can comment and vote there to solve the bug.
Can you check if the comment from Maaike at QTCREATORBUG-22812 helps you?
For people with the same problem who find this bug report and a Ryzen CPU or another CPU with this problem:
Setting environment variable QT_NO_CPU_FEATURE=rdrnd helps!