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'Qt Console Application' on OS X 10.10 Yosemite "Cannot start the terminal emulator "/usr/x11/bin/xterm" "
Since I upgraded my OS to 10.10 I can't run my console application:
bq. Cannot start the terminal emulator "/usr/x11/bin/xterm", change the setting in the Environment options.
Here are some additional informations:
- I think it worked before Yosemite
- I run Qt v. 5.3.2 with my Qt Creator v. 3.3.2
- in my enviroment settings under terminal I have "/usr/x11/bin/xterm -e" and "/usr/bin/patch" as patch command
- I updated XCode to 6.1 and agreed to the licensing
- my X11 App (from XQuartz I guess) was download some updates when I started it
- I change my OS version to 10.10 in the device.pri of the mkspecs folder
Anyone an idea how to solve this issue?
Hi and welcome to devnet,
That's pretty surprising, Qt Creator should rather use the Terminal app for that part.
Did you change the settings to use xterm ?
Yes I believe so but I am not sure why. I think there were some issues before. So I guess I should change it back then? How do I do this? Thank you very much.
IIRC, there's a reset button on the right of the line edit.
Fair enough, this was easy! But here comes the next thing, now that the terminal works it says this:
@ dyld: Library not loaded: /work/build/PADDING/lib/QtCore.framework/Versions/5/QtCore
Referenced from: /Users/mac/Desktop/build-TestN2-Desktop_Qt_5_3_0_clang_64bit-Debug/TestN2
Reason: image not found@
So I already read that this probably happens because of an failed installation or some issues with Xcode.
- I started Xcode and agreed to the Xcode licens
- I installed Qt again
Still the same problem. So additionally I will give you some Qt Versions Details that were requested in this context in another thread. hands them over
Qt 5.3.0 clang 64bit
Maybe I should open another topic for this but maybe there is also a easy quick fix?