January 9, 2012

yuvalt yuvalt
Lab Rat
4 posts

Compiling Qt 5 without X11 nor Wayland



I’m trying to build Qt 5 on an embedded linux system which does not have X11 nor Wayland. It has OpenGL ES 2.0 and EGL and I was hoping to use the eglfs platform. However, when I try to run configure I get notified that I have neither xcb nor wayland and that I may disable both but it will disable graphics. So…. how can I use Qt 5 with OpenGL ES 2.0 + EGL using eglfs?

Thanks, and hope it’s not a repeat question… (I did search :-))


3 replies

January 11, 2012

yuvalt yuvalt
Lab Rat
4 posts

Anyone? :-)

May 10, 2012

jdwieber jdwieber
Lab Rat
1 posts

I’ve never done it myself, but I’m sure it’s possible. Maybe check out the code for lighthouse-android at: http://gitorious.org/~taipan/qt/android-lighthouse Sorry I can’t be of more help.

January 7, 2013

hari hari
Lab Rat
55 posts

I saw this just now. I am not sure if you have already compiled. use this for configuring:

  1.  ./configure -prefix $PWD/install -xplatform linux-arm -opensource -confirm-license  -no-xcb -eglfs -opengl es2

I was able to compile and run with this.



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