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Runnig Qt Ubuntu app on Ubuntu for ARM
I have an application that's runs on Ubuntu Desktop 64 bit, i wont to know if it's possible to run the same application on Ubuntu for ARM. (the application uses many external libraries like qwt, qextserial....)
Most probably yes, you just need to recompile it, Qt and all dependencies (if you bundle them).
Thank you for response,
That's mean i have to cross compile all libraries manually with arm-gcc compiler, did all Qt external libraries are compatible with gcc-arm compiler. I wont to be sure for this before i buy 300$ tablet.
That's mean i have to cross compile all libraries manually with arm-gcc compiler, did all Qt external libraries are compatible with gcc-arm compiler.
Some libraries may be available in your ARM Debian already (through
apt install) so you may not need to compile everything yourself.
@BTYAS Ubuntu already provides Qt, but not the latest version. If you don't need latest Qt version simply install Ubuntu for ARM and needed Qt packages via apt.
@jsulm thak you for response,
I think i have to be careful about the version of ARM cortex, because in Qt document the Qt API is supported by ARM cortex A (some versions not even all), the Qt app should be compiled with the specific gcc-arm compiler.