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    Default Re: QT build - cross compilation error

    Well, the thing is you modified something and that shouldn't be required. Following a two-year old tutorial might not be the best course of action too. You might send a PM to Johan Thelin (e8johan) asking him to look here, he's far more experienced with embedded than I am.
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    Default Re: QT build - cross compilation error

    Thanks for Your help but after some fails I've decided to try out necessitas for Android. This is what I was looking for Necessitas + Android Phone + Arduino UNO is perfect combination


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    did u solve this??? i was cross compiling qt5 and now i am struck at the same problem now.... can anyone help me with this

    i m struck at
    /bin/sh: /home/satishl/XCal_G8/Xi3-7428-RDK1.0/Custom7428/soumya/rdk/Refsw/AppLibs/opensource/qt/qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.0.0-beta1/qttools/bin/lrelease: cannot execute binary file
    make[4]: *** [assistant_cs.qm] Error 126
    make[3]: *** [sub-translations-make_first] Error 2
    make[2]: *** [module-qttranslations-make_first] Error 2
    make[2]: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....

    Quote Originally Posted by 7ymekk View Post
    I saw these documents and I'm working accordingly to them content and to this tutorial. platform and xplatform is for host/target setting but my host platform was detected properly and without xplatform, 'make' uses /qws/arm-linux-g++ which I modified with my compiler paths. I just can't figure how it can't work...I've made fresh Ubuntu 11.04 installation as VirtualBox guest, installed CodeSourcery and I extracted sources...
    I saw in the internet some people with problem exact like mine but without response so I'm not alone with this issue. I will try to do some more things and if I will be manage to build Qt for arm I will write here.

    Thanks for Your help. I really appreciate it
    Best regards
    Last edited by soumya pandiyattu; 30th October 2012 at 08:35.

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