[PyQt] Unable to install PyQt 5.14
winash12 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 07:53:32 BST 2020
Yes thank you. I manage to build this. I have one final question.
I have installed Qt from source using the GUI installer Qt version 5.14.
and my qmake is located under /opt/Qt5.14.2/5.14.2/gcc_64/bin
The default installation of qmake associated with Qt5 is under /usr/bin(and
installed by Ubuntu.
Is there a way to specify in the install of PyQt to use my version of Qt
not the default version of Ubuntu?
On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 11:54 AM Grzegorz Bokota <g.bokota at mimuw.edu.pl>
> Maybe some explanation is needed.
> Since PyQt5 5.14 it is distributed in manylinux2014 wheels which is
> supported from pip 19.3, when ubuntu 18.04 is shipped with pip 9. PyQt5
> switched from manylinux1 to manylinux2014 because Qt needs a new version of
> libc to work.
> Grzegorz Bokota
> pon., 6 kwi 2020 o 06:34 Damon Lynch <damonlynch at gmail.com> napisał(a):
>> >> Do this:
>> >> python3 -m install --user -U pip setuptools
>> >> You might want to upgrade wheel while you're at it too, but I guess
>> >> that's up to you.
>> >> Then install PyQt5.
>> Sorry, I forgot the most important part, the actual command to run! Do
>> python3 -m pip install --user -U pip setuptools
>> Your problem is that you're trying to install PyQt5 with a version of
>> pip that is by current standards too old. Upgrade that and you're good
>> to go.
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