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QT is an application framework for various operating systems. Its probably most famous for creating graphical interfaces, but has libraries for other purposes, like multimedia or network functionality. You may want to read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qt_(software) for more details on QT. KDE, is primarily a graphical desktop environment like Gnome or Xfce. ...


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I am answering my own question. This was harder than I expected, and I want to gather all the information in one convenient place. Install Binary, Development, and Debug Packages This can be done using apt (or aptitude). Example for Qt5: Compiled libraries: qt5-default Development package (headers): qtbase5-dev Debugging symbols: qtbase5-dbg Find ...


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Firstly, it's not necessarily obvious that "my Qt application needs the X server to be running to do anything" - I have successfully run Qt5 applications with the linuxfb backend from upstart. If you can do that, you'll get faster startup and lower memory use than going via X. On the other hand, you might want it to start X11 client programs, or need a ...



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