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Qt and raspberry how can it be done?
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mostefa last edited by
This can be a silly question, but have tried to cross compile qt for raspberry-pi with Yocto ?
For me this was the easiest way to build qt application in raspberrypi,
I used this tutorial and i was able to build qt application in raspberrypi
(it's not in english but google translate can be your friend)
With this tutorial i was able to build qt application in raspberrypi with yocto ,
Maybe this will help you too ?
@mostefa worry not, it is no silly qeustion :D I will give it a shot. Afteral this is the only lead I have ;)
Yocto was a bit of a dead end to me because my ubuntu 16.04 OS is not supported and I am not going to download, burn and install a new one...
I got me a little further with the qtrpi cross-compiling but after the compiling it is very unclear what to do next.
So I try to native compile on my Rpi in qt creator but I get the following error:
Project ERROR: Unknown module(s) in QT:serialport