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If you are trying to learn Linux, don't use Cygwin. Cygwin is primitive compared to modern Linux distributions. The Cygwin package manager (setup.exe) is horrible, and has needed a new UI for ages. Cygwin is different enough that you will spend a lot of time troubleshooting silly issues. Installing Xwindow and QT apps on Cygwin can be difficult and a waste ...


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If you just want to enter a couple a Greek characters, I would find their Unicode character number and use Unicode composition. For example: U+03D0 GREEK BETA SYMBOL Ctrl+Shift+u+0+3+d+0+<Enter> ϐ


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Σιμπλζ αδδ τηε Γρεεκ λαζοθτ το ζοθρ Κεζβοαρδ λαζοθτ πρεφερενψεσ. Τηεν αδδ τηε Κεζβοαρδ Ινδιψατορ αππλετ το ονε οφ ζοθρ παλελσ ανδ θσε τηατ το σςιτη λαζοθτσ. Simply add the Greek layout to your keyboard layouts. Then add the "Keyboard Indicator" applet to one of your panels and use that to switch between layouts. It seems to work for me. Edit: Changing the ...


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Check QGtkStyle, a project to create a GTK+ layer for Qt-based applications (like KDE) running on GTK2-based desktops (like Gnome). There are other ideas and scripts in the discussion on this topic at Ubuntu Brainstorm: Idea #1744: GNOME themes should affect Qt themes, and more of them in this discussion Idea #1714: GNOME QT integration (and the numerous ...


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You can have both Windows and Linux on the same disk, by using Linux as an application within Windows. This way, you don't disturb Windows at all. I suggest the Wubi linux distribution, since it's a variant of the very popular and easy to use Ubuntu Linux. Wubi allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu as any other Windows application, in an extremely ...


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A year and a half late, but if could be of use for anyone. There are two sets: emerge -av @qt5-essentials @qt5-addons for the qt overlay, ofc


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Qt is a cross-platform application and UI framework. It includes a cross-platform class library, integrated development tools and a cross-platform IDE. Using Qt, you can write web-enabled applications once and deploy them across many desktop and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code. Source and sdk can be downloaded here


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I would advise to create a local portfile for qt4-mac-devel and add your changes as a patch that is applied during the build process. Create a local portfile repository: howto Copy the qt4-mac-devel portfile directory (a directory called "qt4-mac-devel" (path "/opt/local/var/macports/sources/rsync.macports.org/release/ports/aqua/qt4-mac-devel/") containing ...


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Your options are pretty much twofold: Have your system administrator install the libraries in the "normal" location for you, or check the documentation for how to install them in a directory to which you have write access (probably under your home directory) and then link your application against that.


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Getting a Linux system You could get an Linux live CD for Ubuntu or Knoppix and play around with it. That way you can start Linux from the CD without touching your current Windows system. The problem with that would be that your changes are not saved when you shut down. If you want that, perhaps install a Linux system to a USB drive and boot from there. ...


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KDE doesn't use registry tools such as gconf everything done by system settings, but you can try kwriteconfig to set global environment for KDE applications. But I'm not sure either. You can read Hidden KDE Options and Features tutorial.


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Solution for Unity: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-key-theme "Emacs"


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Sure. You can install Qt and Jack separately, but I wouldn't recommend that since they will probably have dependencies that you'd be missing. Instead, you can install Macports (http://www.macports.org) and then install QjackCtl from there. Pretty easy.


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Not sure if there is a way to get exactly what you want, but you can coerce both gnome & kde into using Qt by using QtCurve. Try sudo apt-get install qtcurve-kde4


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This is specific to Opera, but you might want to try the qt4-linked version of Opera rather than the qt3 version the deb.opera.com repository provides. The qt4 version looks a bit better (the menus and widgets in particular), and thus not quite as out-of-place in a GNOME environment as the qt3 version. To get a hold of this version of Opera you actually ...


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Qt Creator is available on the bottom-left corner of the Qt Downloads page. You will likely have to compile that from source if you want the 64-bit version. Use the -arch x86_64 flag or -cocoa flag, as advised at the Qt Labs Blog. Recompiling ports using the +universal variants would require uninstalling and reinstalling the ports in question, along with ...


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Mhh .. it looks a bit like your program depends on Qt 3, not Qt 4.


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Following on from akira there'll probably be a deb package providing compatibility with Qt 3, whilst having Qt 4 installed. On Debian these packages are called things like libqt3-headers, libqt3-mt, libqt3mt-dev etc. Try installing some of them, if you're compiling from source you'll probably need the dev versions as well as the plain packages. [EDIT] KDE 3 ...


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First, there are two problems with your existing ./configure command: --with-qt-libraries= should point to /usr/lib/qt3 instead of /usr/lib/, unless you've installed Qt3 libraries by hand and know they're at that location. --prefix= needs to point to the base location where the package will be installed. It doesn't point to anything needed for compiling ...


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X as well as each widget toolkit has its own compose table. GTK+ gets its mostly from X, whereas Qt has its own mappings located... elsewhere. I'll update this when I find them.


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You need to add your home directory to @INC. Some good examples of different ways to do that here.


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local::lib is the correct way to install modules in a non-standard location. There are excellent instructions in the CPAN documentation.


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Java does not equal huge. Why don't you actually try a few before shooting down the whole language?


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If you have uploaded your shared-object (.so*) libraries to your home directory, modifying your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable[1] might work. On my system, this variable is empty, which indicates that I would add /lib, /usr/lib, and any other default system library paths to this variable first, like export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/lib/:/usr/lib:/home/user/lib ...


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Solved! The newest version of TeamSpeak3 Client is broken, so you need to install older version, because there is no Qt5 libraries for some linux distributions. Older Client versions: x86: http://speedy.sh/GVXsH/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux-x86-3.0.13.1.run amd64: http://speedy.sh/vxWfy/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux-amd64-3.0.13.1.run Remember to not update ...


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Most likely is that your system is out-of-date – you have an older icu package than QtCreator was built with. (pacman -Q icu to check – it should say 53.1-1.) Always upgrade all existing packages when installing new ones, and at least once a week (icu 53 has been out for at least a month): # pacman -Syu


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Found the issue and installed successfully sip and pyqt4 Space should not be in the path from where we build / configure. once i removed the space from configuration path and installed sip and pyqt4 successfully Thanks BenjiWiebe and everyone


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I think to install PyQt4, first of all you need sip. Information can be available from the riverbank computing website. or if you are using Ubuntu/debian, you can get easily from the repositories : sudo apt-get install pyqt4-dev-tools


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As the answers above say, it's a cross platform C++ framework. When you say qt-devel, it sounds like a specific package. Your Linux comes as a series of packages that you can then install with a package manager. What distribution (e.g. Fedora, Ubuntu) are you using? This is a common, core package. You should be able to use the software update tool for ...



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