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No auto-detected Qt Version on Ubuntu (binary installations)
Szymon. M. Sabat last edited by
qt5-defaultpackages and all the suggested packages.
qtchoosertool detects correct and only version. Qt Creator can see all the compilers and debuggers but Auto-Detected Qt Versions tree is empty. Adding manually prompts "no qmlscene installed" warning but the
qmlscenepackage is installed but I wish not to add it manually anyway because on my other installations it was always auto-detected so I figure something is wrong/different and I want to know what.
Did you install the Qt development packages ?
$ qtchooser -print-env QT_SELECT="default" QTTOOLDIR="/usr/lib/qt5/bin" QTLIBDIR="/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu"
What if you remove and re-install Qt Creator ?
@SGaist it's still the same :( reboot also doesn't help
Which version of Qt Creator is it ?
4.13.2 based on 5.14.2 (GCC 10.2.0, 64 bit) which is the same Qt version I have installed. All binary from official repos. It's fresh Kubuntu installation.