[This message was posted in qtcentre.org forum, but have not received any reply. Please excuse my cross-posting, but I'm getting desperate.]
I successfully installed and can run Qt4 Designer on my desktop machine, which is a 64-bit system running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Now I am trying to install Qt4 Designer on a laptop that is running 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
I click the Icon, and it will flash but will not open. Qt Creator works, but I'm trying to use Python. I've tried remove and install a couple times, but still nothing. I have downloaded PyQt4, Ubuntu-SDK, Qt4 (Designer, Linguist and Assistant).
Too many issues with 14.04 software installs etc. Going to remove it and attempt another distro with XFCE. I am familiar with Mint and to a lesser degree Fedora. Not sure yet. The help received here from Chili555 was awesome. I will keep watching the forum to see and maybe experiment with Xubuntu in a virtual enviroment.
One thing I hate about Windows is when I install software, a whole bunch of other software that I didn't ask for tries to sneek in and install itself. Of course, I can prevent this but it's stupid. I installed GIMP on my Windows partition and the install wizard asked me to install 3 or 4 more pieces of software.
I have tried several times to install the latest fullmonty PCLOS. It seems to install correctly, but, when I start it up the 1st time, it doesn't give me the start-up screens: set admin p/w, personal p/w, etc. Instead it goes to a log-in screen.
When I use this distro as a virtual machine it works great.
I have tried several times to install the latest fullmonty PCLOS. It seems to install correctly, but, when I start it up the 1st time, it doesn't give me the start-up screens: set admin p/w, personal p/w, etc.
I don't want to say and names because nothing bad has happened yet but I'm VERY concerned. I had a 27" Dell 1440p monitor for sale for $350 plus $50 in shipping, I got a PM from a member on March 27th early morning saying "I want it" "whats your paypal".