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Part Number: AM5718
I am working on AM5718 Linux Qt, i installed Qt Creator 4.3.1 Based on Qt 5.9.0.
I followed this steps http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Sitara_Linux_Training:_Hands_on_with_QT to configure Qt for AM5718, but i getting this following error
Project ERROR: Qmake spec does not set MAKEFILE_GENERATOR.
Could not find qmake spec 'default'.
Error while parsing file /opt/Qt5.9.0/Examples/Qt-5.9/multimedia/audioinput/audioinput.pro. Giving up.
Kindly help me out on this.
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In reply to Krunal Bhargav34:
I am using this SDK "ti-processor-SDK-Linux-am57xx-evm-05.02.00.10" and my Qt version 5.9.7
please check the below images
In reply to ravi rk23:
This was I am getting while checking Qt Version
Still, I have the same problem, kindly help me out.
In the lab, it is mentioned to perform the following step before opening the qtcreator: "source /home/sitara/AM335x/ti-processor-sdk-linux-<machine>-<sdk version>/linux-devkit/environment-setup" . I am wondering if you could please confirm if you have performed the required step.
For my test setup, I have PSDK5.2 and I downloaded the following Qt Creator 4.7.1:
I performed the steps 1 and 2 under the "LAB 2: QT Creator Hello World" before configuring qmake.
From the beginning, I performed all the steps given in LAB 2.
It gave the same error, I will share the all the configuration screenshots please check that,
I am using PSDK "ti-processor-sdk-linux-am57xx-evm-05.02.00.10-Linux-x86-Install.bin" and below PSDK qmake version is,
LAB 2: Configurations
After running the command “source environment-setup”, could you please verify if you are getting a valid path after running the command “echo $QMAKESPEC”?
The only way I could replicate your errors is if I open Qt without running the command “source environment-setup”. Also, could you please share how you are opening the Qt Creator?
I tried the same what you suggested, but still same problem.
Can you take remote access of my machine so you can figure out the issue.
Please correct me if I am wrong but I believe you might not be launching the Qt Creator from the same terminal that you are calling the command “source environment-setup”. For example, in the picture below, I call the source command followed by the location of the qtcreator executable (same terminal window):
I launch Qt Creator from the same terminal where I am calling source environment-setup, I tried both cases with and without "sudo" mode.
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