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[solved] I can't install SDK 1.1 RC properly.

  • My problem in a picture: !http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/8920/problemfinal.png(error)! ( "bigger picture":http://img853.imageshack.us/img853/8920/problemfinal.png )

    My problem in several words: I'm trying desperately to install working version of Qt SDK, but it always give me the error from the picture above. The new version (RC) hasn't changed so much the situation - it gives me just a little more information. Now the error is:

    bq. Error during installation process(com.nokia.ndk.tools.simulator.qtmingw): Qt patch error: Can not open C:/QtSDK/Simulator/Qt/mingw/bin/qmake.exe(The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.).

    I am installing the SDK on a Windows 7 (64 bit) ... the operating system is as clean as possible (some drivers, firefox and Qt) - this is the reason I think it isn't a conflict with something outside the SDK. Maybe bug, maybe not.

    Something strange is happening - another installer process has started itself during the installation.

    The installation have finished after I press "Ignore" but now in the QtCreator options there is a problem with the Simulator: "Qt version is not properly installed, please run make install".

    I will be very happy if somebody is able to help :)

  • Hope you are trying the installation in administrator mode. I had installed it on Win XP faced no issue.

  • Yes...I have admin rights while installing it.

  • Hi,

    Please note that Qt SDK 1.1 is still candidate release. Do have the same problem with Nokia Qt SDK 1.0 ? http://www.forum.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/e920da1a-5b18-42df-82c3-907413e525fb/Nokia_Qt_SDK.html


  • Yes. I also noticed the maintenance tool is not entirely stable.

  • same problem for me.
    If you wait for 3-5min and click "Retry", then it works. Installation is very slow, and I have to click "Retry" several times during installation process. Antivirus was temporarily disabled, run installation as administrator. Maybe it is some windows services (windows defender?) trying to access files?

  • ... but installation got into neverending loop on 82%:
    "Link toolchain binaries

    Link Qt tool binaries

    Retrying mv /targets/fremantle-pr13.wip /targets/fremantle-pr13

    Retrying mv /targets/fremantle-pr13.wip /targets/fremantle-pr13

    Retrying mv /targets/fremantle-pr13.wip /targets/fremantle-pr13

    Retrying mv /targets/fremantle-pr13.wip /targets/fremantle-pr13
    "runInstall(ExitCode: 1) went wrong
    'C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/env.exe -i /bin/sh --login C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/postinstall/postinstall.sh --nosleepontrap'"

    "C:\QtSDK/Maemo/rebase/msysgit_rebase.exe -b 0x68000000 -o 0x10000 -v C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-crypt-0.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-minires.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-gdbm-3.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-bz2-1.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-z.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-ssl-0.9.8.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-perl5_6.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-crypto-0.9.8.dll C:\QtSDK/Maemo/4.6.2/bin/msys-1.0.dll "

  • I have successfully installed QtSDK 1.1 RC :) I've even found two different solutions to my problem.

    Installation in Safe Mode. I couldn't understand which process is using qmake...but obviously it isn't started in Safe Mode. It should be said that I had another problem (it wasn't fatal) - vcredist_x86 couldn't install properly ("the picture in this bug report are similar":http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTSDK-430) but I ignored it, the installation finished and now everything is working...I hope :)

    Replace Windows with Linux :D (I have some questions for Linux and Qt but this would be for another thread).

    Thank you :)

  • [quote author="secretNinja" date="1302533639"]I have successfully installed QtSDK 1.1 RC :)
    Installation in Safe Mode.

    Well done! May be you should report it as a bug because other people may experience the same problem.

    [quote author="secretNinja" date="1302533639"]Replace Windows with Linux :D [/quote]

    That is always an option :) Long live open source ;)

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