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Can't install Qt SDK
I'm getting the following error:
Error during installation process (com.nokia.ndk.documentation.harmattan):
The collection file '/Users/agnar/.config/Nokia/qtcreator/helpcollection.qhc' is not set up yet!
I've tried installing both from online and offline installer, and both to /Users/<user>/QtSDK and to /Developer/SDKs/QtSDK, but nothing helps. (I prefer the latter location).
Have you enough space on disk?
Well... seems like install app error, Try select "Custom" install mode and uncheck Documentation->Nokia MeeGo API Doxumentation item, or all Documentation item.
There is a ~/.config/Nokia/qtcreator/ directory on my disk. I don't know when it was created, and who created it. All directories (from .config and down) has owner "root" and group "staff" and is no writable to anyone else than owner.
I fixed the write permissions of this directories but ran into other problems:
First, the installer was unable to run the .../QtSDK/Madde/postinstall/postinstall.sh script.
Running it from command line as root went fine (at least no errors).
Then this came up:
Error during installation process
The output of
is not parsable. Please file a bugrerport with this dialog http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com.
Comes a lot of times during install, Pressing [Ignore] on all of them makes the installer complete eventually.
It is known bug: https://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTSDK-800
jinneemop last edited by
That "known bug" is close since "it can not be reproduced", unfortunately.
I met the same problem yesterday... and solved it today. If your .config/Nokia directory is created by root, delete it. Run the installer again, then you will see a new .config/Nokia directory created by you. Just continue your installation and it should work.
c__chp last edited by
I have the same problem, on whatever linus distribution i install qt creator.
I can definitly reproduce it.
since i want to program for maemo nokia n900 i need het hamattan part.
i found that when you run the
harmattan-postinstall.sh by hand
you get the error thet it can not find file
and that is correct is does not exit
the file that exit is
could this be the problem ?
does anyone was able to instal de QTSDK in total on an debian linux system
whitout any probelm ?
Thanatos.jsse last edited by
I have a problem relationed with arm-2009q3-67-arm-none-linux-gnueabi-x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu.tbz, when I try to uninstalls Qt SDK, the uninstaller assistent show a progress bar, when is deleting (arm-1009q3 ...) the process "pause" and don't continuous.