Following Toradex instructions for “Qt C++ Application Development on Torizon Using Visual Studio Code” (see Qt C++ Application Development on Torizon Using Visual Studio Code), I installed Qt Design Studio on my Ubuntu 18.04 laptop. However, it turns out, that the latest version of Qt Design Studio (2.2.1) is incompatible with Ubuntu 18.04. When I try to run it, I get an error about GLIBC_2.28 not being found. According to Qt tech support, this is expected: “Ubuntu 18.04 is no longer listed as supported platform in Qt6… Qt6 links against GLIBC 2.28…”
So, since Toradex recommends the use of Ubuntu 18.04, I would like to know the answer to one of the following questions:
- If you are able to run the latest version of Qt Design Studio on Ubuntu 18.04, what is the exact sequence of steps I need to follow to make that possible (what libraries/packages I need to install, etc.)?
- If you are running an older version of Qt Design Studio on Ubuntu 18.04, which one?