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    Default Qt Application Deployment


    I've developed an application in linux and i need to deploy it and use it another system.We have got the dependent files using "ldd". when i run the application using the shell script given in the QT Deployment page, it is giving a segmentation fault.Please give the steps required to create an executable .

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    Default Re: Qt Application Deployment

    If needed, put your Qt libraries in the same directory as your program executable. Run the script. It won't work if:
    • Other libraries the Qt libs need are not present.
    • You deploy 64-bit Qt libs into a 32-bit environment.
    • You deploy 32-bit Qt libraries into a 64-bit only environment.
    • You deploy x86 binaries onto an ARM-based board or other odd combinations.

    Unless you provide more information then there is nothing specific that can be said.

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