QtSDK & Kubuntu 11.10
I am new on Linux. I try install and use Qt on Kubuntu 11.10 but have some problems.
- After installation cant find shortcut to qtcreator on desktop or in menu, i run it from QtSDK/QtCreator/bin/qtcreator
- Cant compile any project, error is:
Could not start process "make" -w
I install QtSDK from ofline installer and install all modules.
what configures should i make?
Probably you didn't set the environment variables. They are needed for Qt to find the ececutables it needs. Doing so is platform specific. Have a look at "this page":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/doc/qt-4.8/install-x11.html.
But on Ubuntu I just install it and everything works fine
- is a real bug. Please report it a http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com
About 2.: Well, Creator tells you what the problem is: You don't have "make" installed on your system. run 'sudo apt-get install build-essential" to install the basic tools needed (e.g. "make" an gcc). This is the rough equivalent of having to install msvc manually on windows (although QtSDK will fall back to MinGW on Windows), or X-Code on Mac OS.
The SDK installer should have urged you to install missing packages during installation.
@Eddy: Judging from the URL, he's talking about the Qt SDK, no need for him to recompile Qt.
@qxoz: Kubuntu and Ubuntu have different default package selections, and it also depends on wether you install from CD or DVD for instance.
There was no make. I thought that make is on by default. I install it and everything works fine.
On bug reports
"QtSDK ofline issue":https://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTSDK-1156