sudo raspi-config,Qt 5.12 is a long-term support (LTS) release of the popular Qt framework. If you are not familiar with it, Qt is a rich framework with plenty of ready-to-use multi-platform components for diverse areas such as multimedia, network, connectivity, graphics, and much more.,In this tutorial, you will learn how to cross-compile Qt 5.12 for Raspberry Pi in your computer and install it in your Raspberry. This will allow you to design and build your Raspberry Pi apps in your computer thanks to Qt Creator and, execute and debug them directly in your Raspberry Pi. Qt creator is a powerful multi-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to create and deploy your Qt apps and it is available for Linux, macOS and Windows.,This tutorial considers Raspberry Pi 3 model B+ and Qt 5.12 branch, however these instructions should be similar for new Qt releases, as well as other Raspberry Pi board versions. The desktop Operating System (OS) is Linux (it works in most common Linux distributions: Ubuntu, openSUSE, Debian, Fedora, etc.) and the Raspberry Pi OS is Raspbian Buster, any version works (Raspbian Stretch is also supported). Again, the tutorial steps should be quite similar in other configurations.,These are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the promoted item, we will receive a small affiliate commission at no extra cost to you, the price of the product is the same. We would really appreciate your support to our work and website if this is fine for you.