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Docker Image for QT
Hi, I am using Qt 5.10.1 for my project. Where can I find the official docker image for Qt 5.10.1? In docker hub there are few..but which is the latest and which one to choose?
What docker image are you referring to ?
What are you doing with it ?
There is no official docker images.
They are made by 3rd party individuals
The current Qt is QT 5.11.1
I think these are current
as mention here
"For convenience, the latest Qt from official release repository is also available as a separate docker image.
See images tagged with a 'latestDistroOfficial-*' tag."
As far as I know , the Qt Company is not supplying any docker images for any of the official
@SGaist Hi, for compiling our tool basically we need the open source version of the Qt library from https://www.qt.io/download . I was searching for docker image of QT 5.10.1 or later versions so that we use that image for build. To dockerize the project build.
@mrjj Okay thank you so much.
@mrjj These https://hub.docker.com/r/vookimedlo/ubuntu-qt/tags/ , https://hub.docker.com/r/vookimedlo/ubuntu-qt/ could be run on windows containers?
Pablo J. Rogina last edited by
Hi, the issue is that with docker directly on windows, its as far as i know still not possible
to see any GUI. Which means if it would just run, it would only be command line and you not be able to see the compiled app Qt run unless you could get some linux based remote solution up and running.
(i heard vnc did work but never tested it)
However, it would be possible to use say use virtual box and run the Docker image in there have a hybrid.
Please notice that im not expert in this area but at least last time i checked both
Windows Server Core and Nano Server had disabled remote desktop and hence there was no straight way
to use GUI based apps.
devjb last edited by
I offer qt builds in docker as well. I build various versions, feel free to try them: