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Installation on Linux
The installer is built by using QtInstallaerFramework 2.0.5
Please advise what I do wrong.
When I try to install under root account - I haven't problem
When I try to install under usual user account, installator ask me:
Enter your password to authorize for sudo:
I have entered password, and application stay as "freezed". Progress bar stay on one place - no any progress, no any mistakes.
Any suggestions are welcome
Can you show how you try to install it as normal user?
In which location do you try to install it?
And what are you trying to install actually?
- as a normal user I double click on the application or from terminal ./application_name
- I try to install into home user folder
- custom application
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@aliks-os is your user allowed to sudo?
c64zottel last edited by
@aliks-os I am running ubuntu 17.04, shouldn't be different.
I installed the QtInstallerFramework via the MaintenanceTool, no problem.
You can find the MT in the directory, where you installed Qt. For me it looks like:
merlin@headquarter:/nodes/misc/storages/third-party-install/Qt$ ls 5.7 components.xml Docs InstallationLog.txt MaintenanceTool MaintenanceTool.ini QtIcon.png 5.8 dist Examples Licenses MaintenanceTool.dat network.xml Tools
There is no need for sudo/root here.
@aliks-os He is installing an app packaged using QtInstallerFramework. It is not about how to install QtInstallerFramework.