You may think that your printer doesn't work because it's possessed by evil spirits. But most likely, it's the opposite: it doesn't work because it's not possessed. To make it work, you need to download an evil spirit from manufacturer's website, and then infuse your printer with it.

Fixed after manually passing openssl include directory as additional include path to configure.

(../qt5/configure ....... -I $SYSROOT/usr/include/ )

Trying source 0 (type inline) of library openssl_headers ...
openssl/ssl.h not found in [] and global paths.
openssl/opensslv.h not found in [] and global paths.

WUT, Qt is not even checking in correct directories wtf.

Fun #2 with qt build system

ERROR: Feature 'ssl' was enabled, but the pre-condition 'config.winrt || features.securetransport || features.openssl || features.schannel' failed.

And to answer my question here, it seems it is sane thing given x11proto is just include files which are architecture independent.

AAAAAnyway, case solved, I had over optimized size of my sysroot and killed the xproto pkgconfig files in the /usr/share

Bringing those files back and my Qt build is now happy.

Good question is why x11proto installing things in /usr/share/pkgconfig instead of multilib'd location in ubuntu :(

ERROR: Feature 'xcb' was enabled, but the pre-condition 'features.thread && features.xkbcommon && libs.xcb' failed.

Found it! Time to fix my sysroot.

Although it might be broken mostly because of my weird cross-compile setup... /me tries to figure out .

Lately I've seen some incorrect statements and facts about Linux on mobile being thrown around, and I decided to write a blog post to give some more correct info. Please give it a read πŸ˜„

If you see any mistakes I've made, please correct me!

Fix 1 little error ...
Fix 1 little error ...
You have 0 errors ...

Let's try to make this something nicer ...
You have 46 errors ...

I was about to toot that mobile internet coverage got better in Germany since the last time, but there was no connection...

Meta? Maybe....

(Ok, yes.)

Regardless, KDE Neon has found it's way to the !

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