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Qt on TK1 -- QSerialPort result in error
I got a TK1 with L4T 14.04 ubuntu, and install qt5 by using
sudo apt-get install build-essential qt5-default qtcreator -y
Since I wanna read serial port data from Arduino Tx output, I have to install libqt5SerialPort !
So~ I install it by using
sudo apt-get install libqt5serialport5-dev
Everything seemed to be good, until I start coding.
I just open a new project with mainWindow (also tried dialog later) ,
Qt += serialport Compile --> passed
#include <QSerialPort> Compile --> ERROR!!!!
and even I delete the include, it still failed!!
here is my Error Msg :
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -ludev collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [Test1] Error 1 15:34:47: The process "/usr/bin/make" exited with code 2. Error while building/deploying project Test1 (kit: Desktop) When executing step 'Make' 15:34:47: Elapsed time: 00:05.
Can anyone help ?? TK1 is so.....unfriendly, BTW.
From the error message, you need to install the
@SGaist Oh~!! Thanks~! I fixed the problem now, thanks a lot!!
BTW, Do u know how can I use Qt to receive the data passed by Arduino Tx pin ??
I can detect the arduino by USB Port (ttyACM0) use QSerialPort, but I don't know how to detect Pins on TK1 / Rasp Pi by Qt.
Also use QSerialPort lib. ?
Do you mean receive the data sent by the Arduino ?
If so, use the readyReady signal to get notified when something arrived.
NeilKeiding last edited by NeilKeiding
Hi..i am a new user here. By profession i am a hardware design engineer. As suggested i think you should use that udev dev package. Also you can do another thing and that is try to update your libraries.
yup, I download the package and the problem fixed.
thanks a lot.
Yes, I wnat to receive from Arduino, and I finally used the FTDI converter to transfer RS232 to USB.
and yes, ReadyRead is useful.
Thanks for helping.
You're welcome !
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