I compiled the Qt tutorial sample on Windows with MSVC 2010 and Qt 4.8.4 and everything worked fine. When I tried to use g++ 4.4.5 and also Qt 4.8.4 on a Debian Linux system, the application works, but there are display errors. I do "File->New", then I create the bottle. When I move the window over the desktop now, after a few movements the 3D view is not correctly redrawn. Instead I see the desktop or some grey area instead of the 3D viewer with the bottle (as shown on the screenshot).
Does anyone know the reason? Thank you very much for any help!
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Excuse me, does nobody use Linux or does this display error only happen on my computer or doesn't anyone know a solution? Thanks!
Hi Benjamin, I use Ubuntu and I don't have this problem, sorry. Anything changed?
I have other questions about running samples in Linux. Currently, I edit custom.sh, then "source make.sh" and "source run.sh". Now there is a Tutorial.pro file that opens in QtCreator, but QtCreator has been unable to build. How did you build the sample? Thanks.
my problem is solved now. I have updated to a new Debian version and now these display errors don't occur anymore.
Now to your question: I do not use the QtCreator. I built the sample by writing my own build.pro file. The most difficult part was the library selection. This was the content of one of my first build.pro files: