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Problems with installation on Linux
l.v.p last edited by
Believe me I tried everything what I found on Internet.
So I downloaded the package Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run set up the "runable" option. Just after the applications started there was a pop-up "Instal c++ compiler". So I closed install package and I went to KPackageKit and installed g++4.4, gcc4.4, gcc-4.5-arm-linux-gnueabi-base and gcc-4.5-base (The GNU Compiler Collection base package). Then I start Qt installation again but I still had pop-up "Install c++ compiler". I installed Qt anyway...
In Tools->Options->Qt I have Desktop and Simulator with paths to qmake
In tool chain I set (in Manual) gcc and I choose g++ from @/usr/bin/g++4.4@
So without setting toolchain I cant even build project (no toolchain error), but after setting it up I have
@make: g++ not found
The process "/usr/bin/make" exited with code 2.
Error while building project untitled3 (target: Desktop)
When executing build step 'Make'
Please help me!
When I run SDK Maintaince Tool i still have "Install c++ compiler" pop-up
anselmolsm last edited by
Which distribution are you using? Take a look if there is a symbolic link like
/usr/bin/g++ -> /usr/bin/g++-4.4
that should be enough. It is usually automatically detected by creator, but it seems it wasn't in you case.
Just to check: in you system, is it /usr/bin/g++4.4, without the "-" between g++ and the version number?