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    Default problem Qt installing in Linux

    Hi All

    I installed Qt in liux platfrom

    When i tried to run sample application,i got error message like

    No valid Qt version set. Set one in Tools/Options?


    By default Qt is installed in opt/qt sdk-2009-04

    I had gone through the tools /options/Qt versions . Then i set the path of Qt installation.. But it is showing opt/qt sdk-2009-04 is not a valid directory.

    Please help me

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    Yuvaraj R

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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    try to add path to Qt in PATH variable.
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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    I have added

    see my path variables

    Qt Code:
    1. :/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin;opt/qtsdk-2009-04/bin;
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    In version control I am getting on more error
    Qt Code:
    1. unable to launch p4 " unkown error"
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    Do i need to install x11 ?

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    Yuvaraj R

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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    is this path correct opt/qtsdk-2009-04/bin;?
    I think it should be /opt/qtsdk-2009-04/bin;
    if you're trying to run GUI app then you need X server.
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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    I changed the path variable .

    Still i amgetting same error. Can you provide me a download link for x server

    Thanks
    Yuvaraj R

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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    it should be on Linux distribution disk, you should install one of several desktop environment, for example KDE or GNOME.
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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    Hi All

    I have set the qt sdk path correctly

    Now i am getting new error

    Qt Code:
    1. Could not find make command: make in the build environment
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    Yuvaraj R

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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    did you install gcc?
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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    No

    I didn't install

    But Qt sdk i having gcc compiler , am i right.. Then why do we againg install the gcc compiler

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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    actually, Qt SDK for Linux doesn't contain any compiler.
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    Default Re: problem Qt installing in Linux

    What distro are you using?

    if you're using a YUM based distro this should sort you out:

    (as root)
    yum install gcc*

    BR,
    Pedro Doria Meunier

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