Entering License Key for QT Commercial SDK
Hey, I just got the 30-day trial of QT commercial with QT creator and tools.
When I try to compile any project, I get this:
*This software is using the trial version of the Qt GUI toolkit.
The trial period has expired. If you need more time to
evaluate Qt, or if you have any questions about Qt, contact us
at: http://qt.digia.com/contact-us for pricing and purchasing information.
Qt 4.8.3 Evaluation License
Copyright (C) 2012 Digia Plc
All rights reserved.
This trial version may only be used for evaluation purposes
Licensee: "MY NAME"R&D
The evaluation expires in -1 days
Contact http://qt.digia.com/contact-us for pricing and purchasing information.*
The problem is I had previously downloaded the wrong installation and enter my key there. How can I enter a new key or change the old one? It says I can change the key in the SDK Manager but that only lets me install/update/remove. I've been trying to get HelloWorld to run for about 5 hours now, I'm really getting frustrated..
Finally got it working! Had to delete .qt-license in my Roaming appdata folder and reinstall.
hai ! EStudley ! am getting the same problem . pls help me what to do ! my deadline to submit my project is nov 20 . so what to do ? waiting for ur reply ! pls *make it clear * :) pls
hai EStudley EStudley ! i have found .qt-license in this path [ C:\Users\Admin] and i deleted it . but again am facing the same problem . u said reinstall ? so i have to reinstall the whole QT ?? from this link
http://qt-project.org/downloads ? help pls! :)
[quote author="rajpat" date="1353045858"]hai ! EStudley ! am getting the same problem . pls help me what to do ! my deadline to submit my project is nov 20 . so what to do ? waiting for ur reply ! pls *make it clear * :) pls[/quote]
If you submit your project somewhere, you should check, whether the trial version is the rightone. It is for playing a bit around befor bying a commercial version.
If you submit your project somewhere, you should use the GPL or LGPL version instead, and not try to reenable the commercial one.
Hello, I had the same situation and I just changed the license via the Qt Enterprise Management Tool:
- select the "update" option: it prompts to enter user and password
- enter user and password that you have on this website: https://account.qt.io/login
- it will prompt you to select your license. In my case I could choose from the trial version and the license I just purchased