For Raspbian Jessie, qt5-default (Qt 5 development defaults package) is included in default repository. Here show how to install Qt5 and Qt Creator on Raspberry Pi 2 running frash new Raspbian Jessie, release 2016-02-09.
As my usual practice, update apt repository and firmware:
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get upgrade
$ sudo rpi-update
Then reboot if need.
Install xrdp, such than I can control Raspberry Pi remotely from Windows, and capture screen action.
$ sudo apt-get install xrdp
install qt5-default and qtcreator:
$ sudo apt-get install qt5-default
$ sudo apt-get install qtcreator
Once installed, you can run Qt Creator from desktop menu:
Menu > Programming > Qt Creator
or, enter the command in LXTerminal:
In my test, Qt Creator CANNOT run remotely from Windows using Microsoft Remote Desktop:
It can run locally:
And can run remotely from Windows using Putty/Xming:
As show in the videos, the code cannot be compiled with default setting caused by:
"Qt Creator needs a compiler set up to build. Configure a compiler in the kit options"
To fix it, refer to the above videos.
But, in my test, the compiler option cannot be saved, and I have to correct it every-time running Qt Creator.
- Same steps to Install Qt5/Qt Creator for Raspberry Pi 3/Raspbian Jessie