Install Qt SDK 1.2.1 in Ubuntu 12.04 64bits crash



  • Hi,
    I don't where it is a Ubuntu or Qt error but when I try to install Qt SDK 1.2.1 in Ubuntu 12.04 64bits it crash. I tried in a virtual machine and crash too. The only way to isntall it is running as sudo.

    Where should I report the problem?

    Thanks :)



  • I have the same issue, but Ubuntu does not crash. The first window appears asking for the directory where QtSDK shall be installed into, I set the directory and press "next" and strange thing appears - looks like window appears and immediately vanishes again and again...



  • [quote author="prokher" date="1336575129"]I have the same issue, but Ubuntu does not crash. The first window appears asking for the directory where QtSDK shall be installed into, I set the directory and press "next" and strange thing appears - looks like window appears and immediately vanishes again and again...[/quote]

    I update the post because you are right it doesn't crash ubuntu just the installation.



  • The workaround is to run installer with "-style cleanlooks" like :

    @./QtSdk-offline-linux-x86_64-v1.2.1.run -style cleanlooks@



  • Thank you for sharing your solution!

    [quote author="prokher" date="1336581989"]The workaround is to run installer with "-style cleanlooks" like :

    @./QtSdk-offline-linux-x86_64-v1.2.1.run -style cleanlooks@[/quote]



  • Thanks, had the same issue!

    This is very bad



  • Thanks
    Now, I'm with QtSdk



  • Thanks,

    @* -style cleanlooks@

    solves the issue (Ubuntu 12.04 x64)



  • Same issue. Clean looks resolved it



  • the Qt SDK tool is now done by digia as i read in the qt blog

    Where are we going? Is digia interested in linux users?
    Where is Qt 4.8.2 and Qt Creator 2.5.x ??

    bad feelings...



  • This solve my day~ Thanks
    [quote author="prokher" date="1336581989"]The workaround is to run installer with "-style cleanlooks" like :

    @./QtSdk-offline-linux-x86_64-v1.2.1.run -style cleanlooks@[/quote]


  • Moderators

    giowck: Qt 4.8.2 and Qt Creator 2.5 are readily available in most Linux distributions and as binary packages on the download page.

    The Qt SDK has not been updated in a long time (much longer than the couple of weeks that Digia is now at the helm now) -- on all platforms.


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