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sallu.salmankhalid 06-24-2013 07:57 AM

Need to install qtopia
 
Hi I need to install qtopia in Ubuntu server 12.04 I want to integrate it with OpenCV to display the USB camera Feed using framebuffer (without X11) I have installed OpenCV but I am not able to install Qt or Qtopia and anybody got any ideas of how I will be able to display Camera feed on FrameBuffer using Qt. I am doing this so that later I can implement it on embedded system like BeagleBoard. If anybody have any source code it would be a great help. I am new with Qtopia and without X11 I cant display window applications so thats why I am using framebuffer

TB0ne 06-24-2013 09:57 AM

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Originally Posted by sallu.salmankhalid (Post 4977510)
Hi I need to install qtopia in Ubuntu server 12.04

...and there are plenty of instructions/guides you can find on Google, such as this one:
http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Qt-SDK-on-Ubuntu-Linux
Quote:

I want to integrate it with OpenCV to display the USB camera Feed using framebuffer (without X11) I have installed OpenCV but I am not able to install Qt or Qtopia and anybody got any ideas of how I will be able to display Camera feed on FrameBuffer using Qt. I am doing this so that later I can implement it on embedded system like BeagleBoard. If anybody have any source code it would be a great help. I am new with Qtopia and without X11 I cant display window applications so thats why I am using framebuffer
...and this is similar to your other threads, where you ask about webcams and framebuffers:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...fs-4175466845/
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ch-4175466571/

We understand what you WANT to do, but we can't give you all of the thousands of answers you'd need to EXACTLY what you want, with source code. Follow the how-to guides, and post SPECIFIC questions/problems.


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