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Start QT Application on bootup on an Embedded Linux Device (Beaglebone Black)

Below is picture of the display on bootup. Expected display is overwritten by Angstrom screen Expected Display Application is been started as a service. Below is the content of the service file ...
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Buildroot OpenGL Capable Backend

I'm trying to configure QT 5 through buildroot and some options are not available with the message requires an OpenGL-capable backend. I'm using buildroot 2013.08-rc1 but the same message comes up ...
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Starting Qt Application On Startup for Embedded Linux

I'm trying to get a Qt application to launch immediately after booting up. When booted, the Linux image does nothing more than launch an X server and a terminal. It also has the cron daemon running in ...
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1answer
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How to know which Linux kernel versions Qt 4.7 supports

I'd like to develop Qt 4.7 based applications running on my arm-linux MCU. However, I'm not sure if this Qt 4.7 supports the following two things: my Linux 2.6.37 kernel my Ti3530-cortexA8 MCU. I ...
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What is this feature in Linux 'to highlight characters' with QT?

Recently I came across this site. It says, in Linux with QT, it is possible 'to highlight characters' by pressing ShiftCtrl {Left,Right} or Shift {Left,Right}. Could somebody please explain this ...
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Building Qt: 'make clean' causes everything to get recompiled?

(This applies to Qt versions >= 4.7.3.) I made an attempt to build Qt with custom parameters on my Debian box and it actually took AGES to compile (IIRC more than 6 hours on a single-core CPU). That's ...
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1answer
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Trying to use multiple Debian repositories

General situation: I need to port a Qt project from MS Visual Studio 2010 to Linux (Debian). In VS 2010 I have Qt v.4.8.1, but in Debian it is Qt v.4.6.1. This difference prevents me from porting, as ...
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Mounting and modifying a loopback file without sudo/root, is it possible?

I'm trying to adapt a tutorial into an easy to use script http://qt-project.org/wiki/RaspberryPi_Beginners_guide. I'm trying to reduce the need for sudo/root as much as possible (preferably, only ...
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QT applications does support Unicode

My system is Gentoo amd64, and the desktop environment is Xfce4. So far, most applications works well, except the terminal and QT-family applications. The Chromium,Thunar, Thunderbird and many other ...