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I have installed the new Qt 5.8 version, but I am missing Linguist. I am unable to find out how to install this feature.
I have not used Linguist before, so I have no idea how it worked in previous versions.
Can anybody tell me how to get Linguist installed/working?
Thanks in advance!
How did you install Qt ? On what OS ?
I have used the Unified Qt online installer for Linux 64-bit on Ubuntu 14.04
Did you check the bin folder in your Qt installation under
JosB last edited by JosB
I have reinstalled Qt and it seems to be working now! I had no clue where to look.
From the command line, commands like lrelease and lupdate are pointing to "/usr/lib/x86_x64-linux-gnu/qt4/bin" and those files are not there. Old version too
any idea how to fix this?
There's nothing to fix. Use the full path to the versions you want to use.
Those accessible right from the command line are those provided by your distribution.
If you really want to avoid having to write the whole path, you can modify the PATH environment variable for the console you are currently using and prepend the Qt bin folder path to it.
Thanks for your help :)