[PyQt] PyQT Support for WebEngine on RPi
Vincent Vande Vyvre
vincent.vande.vyvre at telenet.be
Mon Feb 26 13:02:33 GMT 2018
Le 26/02/18 à 11:36, Lee Matthews a écrit :
> Hi All
> I am wanting to use PyQt to open a browser and start a WebRTC session
> on my RPi. I have a basic script working fine on my Ubuntu PC using
> PyQt. It requires the WebEngineView class from the WebEngineWidgets
> module (Webkit is decremented and doesnt support WebRTC). However I
> cannot get the script working on my Raspberry Pi. It seems that the
> install of PyQT on RPi doesnt provide the various WebEngine modules. I
> installed it using "sudo apt-get install python3-pyqt5"
> Does PyQT for RPi not support the WebEngine modules?
> Is there any way to get this to work?
> If there is absolutely no way to get it working with PyQt, would Qt on
> the Pi have support for the WebEngine modules?
> I have created a query on a forum at the link below if that is any
> help in explaining my query further...
> PyQt mailing list PyQt at riverbankcomputing.com
QtWebEngine is recent in Debian packages.
You can find the reason at .
And here  on 2017-08-11 Simon Quigley declare "Fix Released", so try
with the repository of Bionic Beaver.
But, I presume, you have to reinstall all PyQt packages from the new repo.
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