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Qt 5.9.0 install stuck on 0%
I download Qt 5.9.0 from Qt Downloads, then
chmod +x qt-opensource-linux-x64-5.9.0.run
and run qt-opensource-linux-x64-5.9.0.run
it show me the path /home/michael/Qt5.9.0, before I installed 5.8.0 in /opt/Qt5.8.0, so I want installed into same path
I changed the path to /opt/Qt5.9.0 and run the installation, Qt installer ask me for password. I type in and continue, but it stucks on 0%. How can I correctly install Qt to path /opt/Qt5.9.0?
try to run it with sudo or su
Qt do not care about path so its a linux thing.
Thx, it help me further. Another question is here windows system with intel CPU. Can I select armv7, android x86 and android armv7? Or should these component just only installed on system with armv7 processor? What I means, development under PC with intel processor for armv7 application, is that possible?
Mingw 5.3. Gives you Editor + framework+compiler+debugger
UWP is for visual studio and modern apps. You need to install visual studio ( right version)
by your self + SDKs
mvsc201X - Editor + framework , you must installed visual studio yourself
Android x86/arm. You must install additional SDK and tools.
Sometimes you can run arm7 in simulator but otherwise you must deploy to a device to run it.
- development under PC with intel processor for armv7 application, is that possible?
Yes. Its called cross compiling and it means you compile Qt and app with a toolchain that is suited for the board.
If you just want check Qt out, i suggest Mingw 5.3 as its ready out of the box.
What I means, development under PC with intel processor for armv7 application, is that possible?
Yes it is. That is why there is Android armv7 option - this one is used to build for Android armv7 target devices.
thx all for answer.