Running Qt Application on Torizon 5.5.0


I was using Qt application compiled for Yocto with Torizon 5.1.0 and It was working fine.
Now I am using it with Torizon 5.5.0. It is working but crashing after few minutes.

How can I diagnose the issue? Is it really compatible? Is it due to bullseye container?

I am simultaneously exploring to build the Qt Application through VS Code. Kindly help.

Pradeep Pol

Greetings @eklavya19,

There’s quite a lot of information missing here.

  • What’s the details about your application?
  • How about the details about your container build?
  • What’s the specific crash/error?
  • Are their any logs outputted from your application?
  • Did you change anything from 5.1.0 to 5.5.0?

Without further information I can’t comment any further than this.

Best Regards,

Hi @jeremias.tx,

Thanks for the reply.

  1. We are having Qt based GUI Application.
  2. Container Build details:
    “”: “arm32v7-debian-qt5-wayland-examples”
    “container.version”: “2.2.2-20201117”
    “git.branch”: “bullseye”
    “git.hash”: “ff9773b12d5d0b57f36b6bd48f05e882098251f1”
    I have attached docker inspect of debian container.
    I am still testing it. I will get back to you.
    For now we are developing application for yocto as debugging is possible and whenever we need USB Printing support, same executable file is being used with Torizon.
    Please let me know, Would it be ok to use EXE build through Yocto SDK with Torizon.

I am trying to build the same application in visual studio code and getting sqlite.cpp not found error. How to install the same in vscode workspace? I will post this query as seperate thread.

Pradeep Pol
container_build_details.txt (13.8 KB)

What would be helpful is details like, your Dockerfile, what is the error you are getting on crash, and steps to reproduce the error. It’s still not clear to me what your exact error is here.

Between 5.1.0 and 5.5.0 nothing major should have changed. The kernel is still 5.4 based and the i.MX7 does not have any GPU that would complicate things. Unless something else changed besides the version of TorizonCore you are using.

Best Regards,