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Building QT5 on imx6 w/o Yocto

Question asked by A Thomas on Jan 29, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 20, 2015 by A Thomas

Has anyone done this without using Yocto or cross-compiling?

 

I have a 3.10.31 kernel running Debian(Jessie) on a imx6 board. I built X.org/Xserver from scratch and wrote a script to create .deb packages (using equivs) for the built from source dependencies. That all seemed to work and the QT I installed with apt seems to work - except for opengl functionality. The OpenGL functionality is failing on what appears to be what the imx6 Qt5 build instructions for yocto patch qxlibeglintegration.cpp for. 

 

I have been getting some build errors and was wondering if anyone else has done this. I notice a number of discussions to using yocto/cross-compiling.

 

Compiling 5.4 I ran into a Qt build issue with dbus dependencies that Qt is currently patching (as in the patch was reviewed days ago).

So I moved to 5.3, but I am still getting some issues. They are in the test, so I am going to -no-make tests, but I wanted to see if anyone else had done this.

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