Running a Qt Program on UDOO neo

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  1. nathans

    nathans New Member

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    Hi All,

    I am very much an amateur at coding and embedded systems so please bare with me, I want to learn but my goodness I should have started years ago.

    Anyways, I am using a Windows 10 host PC which adds a layer of difficulty because a lot of resources I have found online are for Linux based machines so they do not directly translate (or not in a way that I am able to comprehend).

    Does anyone know of a decent tutorial for getting a Qt program to run on an UDOOneo board?

    The tutorial on the website (https://www.udoo.org/tutorial/how-to-build-qt5-for-udoo/) does not seam to work for me. I get to step 4.2 and in the Cmder terminal emulator claims that release is not a function of git... and then step 4.3 apparently I cannot access that file on gitorious for some reason... and then looking at the next few steps I start to get lost.

    Any help, guidance, or any resource to help get me on the right track would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks for your time.
     

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  2. waltervl

    waltervl Well-Known Member

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    There is an inportant note in this tutorial...
    So you have to change to another Linux OS for the Neo that understands QT: Yocto. The thread is here but is is already a couple of years old.... https://www.udoo.org/forum/threads/openembedded-yocto-for-udoo-boards.2965/
     
  3. nathans

    nathans New Member

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    Great this is an excellent start, thank you Walter.
    sounds like I just need to keep doing a lot more reading. Slowly but surely I will make sense of all this!
     

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