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I have got a PC/104 (its OS is Ubuntu 16.04 with kernel 4.19.89 xenomai3) that is connected to two motors via two CAN adapters. Few days back, I wrote some simple code to open my PC/104’s CAN ports using the libpcanfd library. My project folder observes the following hierarchy: io_error_debug build include (empty) src CMakeLists.txt ..

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I’m installing qt on ubuntu 16.04 (I can’t upgrade the ubuntu version) through a guide provided by my colleagues. When installing qt I’ve followed a couple of steps: wget https://download.qt.io/archive/qtcreator/4.1/4.1.0/qt-creator-opensource-src-4.1.0.tar.gz tar zvxf qt-creator-opensource-src-4.1.0.tar. sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install qt5-default cd qt-creator-opensource-src-4.1.0 cd src qmake -r make When running the command make I get ..

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I tried running the script from Windows and got the following error message: OSError: [WinError 193] %1 is not a valid Win32 application. Is there a way to run a Linux-based program that’s run from the Linux command line, and that’s installed on a Ubuntu for Windows, from Windows? Thanks. Source: Windows..

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I’m installing qt on ubuntu 16.04 for a project. I have been following some install instructions that are below: The QtCreator IDE should be installed in the home directory from: https://download.qt.io/ archive/qtcreator/4.1/4.1.0/. Next, follow these steps: • wget https://download.qt.io/archive/qtcreator/4.1/4.1.0/qt-creator-opensource-src-4.1.0.tar.gz • tar zvxf qt-creator-opensource-src-4.1.0.tar.gz • sudo apt-get install build-essential • sudo apt-get install qt5-default • cd ..

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