[Solved] Qt 4 SDK offline installer not working on Ubuntu 11.04



  • I have downloaded Qt 4 SDK from qt.nokia.com

    as per the instruction after downloading the offline installer version(.run file)

    typed the following commands:
    @
    $ chmod u+x Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run
    $ ./Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run
    @

    instead of starting installation. It shows this error:

    @
    bash: ./Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run: Permission denied
    @

    after that I had tried using sudo do so.
    like this

    @
    $ chmod u+x Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run
    $ sudo ./Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run
    @

    then it shows following error:

    @
    sudo: ./Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run: command not found
    @

    What can I do to install it? Please help me :(

    [EDIT: code formatting, Volker]



  • How about double click it ?



  • Well, Thanks for the reply. Nothing happened after double clicking it. After that I had gone through following processor and I was successful with a lot of errors and all.

    1. Right Click(.run file)>Properties>Permission
    2. Check "Allow execution"
    3. Press "Close"
    4. Double Click the .run file

  • Moderators

    Is your initial problem solved?

    It is not completely clear to me what you mean with successful.



  • Hey Koahnig. I was not able to install it. But now I am able to run that file. But during installation there were some errors like

    com.nokia.ndk.api.ovinotifications.documentation

    and after finishing the installation. when I try to run qmake -project command.
    It says that the command not exist. That's why I am not able to run any of my file. Any help from your side will be appreciated :)



  • I hope help from my side is also appreciated ;) . If you are running qmake from a normal Terminal, make sure you have the SDK folder in your PATH (see "here":http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.7/install-x11.html#step-4-set-the-environment-variables on what to do - adjust the paths of course).



  • Thanks for your help. Loladiro :)
    Will let you know whether it's working or not. :)



  • How did you run that file, same problem with me
    [quote author="codeartist" date="1309469301"]Thanks for your help. Loladiro :)
    Will let you know whether it's working or not. :)[/quote]



    1. Right Click(.run file)>Properties>Permission
    2. Check “Allow execution”
    3. Press “Close”
    4. Double Click the .run file


  • @Tobby: Are you not able to run qmake -project command in terminal?



  • Actually you have to follow these steps:

    1. Press CTRL+ALT+T
    2. cd to the downloaded file.
    3. mv Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.run ./Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.bin
    4. sudo su
    5. chmod x Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.bin
    6. ./Qt_SDK_Lin32_offline_v1_1_2_en.bin.


  • Guys: please: don't suggest people to run commands as root when it's absolutely not needed. Search engines do index this forum.

    You guys are likely to have downloaded the file for the wrong architecture (64 bit instead of 32 or vice versa).



  • thanks that really helped, one more thing i do is put the installer in system drive to make ir work.
    [quote author="codeartist" date="1310576969"]1. Right Click(.run file)>Properties>Permission

    1. Check “Allow execution”
    2. Press “Close”
    3. Double Click the .run file
      [/quote]


  • Yeah! Sorry for that. :( I forgot to say that :)

    [quote author="TobbY" date="1310818420"]thanks that really helped, one more thing i do is put the installer in system drive to make ir work.
    [/quote]


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