bout linux - raspi

raspberry pi 4b

cpu=bcm2711(4 core); disk=microsd/usb3disk; ram=4gb
ports=usb3x2, usb2x2, mhdmix2, microsd, enet, 3.5mm, usbc(power),

osimage=Raspberry Pi OS(32 full sw)

uname -a
Linux raspberrypi 5.15.32-v7l+ #1538 SMP Thu Mar 31 19:39:41 BST 2022
armv7l GNU/Linux

cat /etc/debian_version

apt list raspberrypi-ui-mods --installed
raspberrypi-ui-mods/stable,now 1.20220302 armhf [installed]

Qt 5.15.2 (GCC 10.2.1 20210110, 32 bit)

use raspi imager (on windows/kubuntu) to put full standard 32bit image onto sd card
boot with it (wait) and do full update when prompted (and reboot)
menu/preferences/screen configuration (sigh)
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade

install Qt:
sudo apt install qtcreator qtbase5-dev qt5-qmake cmake libasound2-dev (asound is for alsa midi)

right click taskbar -> panel settings -> panel applets ->
double click application launch bar ->
drop down Programming on right -> double click qtcreator

run qtcreator...
file/sessions/manage -> restore session on startup
desktop kit should be ok already but:
in kit tab, click desktop and
kit, c++, gdb, cmake should be picked for kit.
c++ compiler should be gcc (clang is ok)
kit is the qmake - should be found
else look for qmake in kit tab and Add it
usually somewhere in /usr/lib/qt*
text editor - font size 12
behavior - tab size, indent size 3 !
and anything else...

install python:
sudo apt install python3 python3-pip
pip3 install bs4 requests
(curl already there)

hook up my usb drive:
ln -s /media/sh/BOCK/_ras _
copy .ssh files from bock _app

other apps:
sudo apt install filezilla baobab (disk usage analyzer)