A Quick and Dirty Guide to PyQt5
So far I have seen a lot of guides that introduce the PyQt5 as the saviour of humanity, the holy hand grenade of all the GUIs out there, but I have not yet seen a guide where… well, you start with a basic stuff. Where you abuse the notation at first, make errors, just to get things going.
So here you go – a totally wrong, dirty guide to how not to write in PyQt5! With examples! And NO QML.
It works. Just remember about forwarding with a proper xhci host.
Just notes on installing jekyll, because I keep forgetting how.
(RAW, unedited dump of my notes that ends in a glorious failure) Goals for today:
- IOMMU groups on Zbook 14 G1 + Slackware 14.2
- GPU passthrough for a second graphics card (some kind of a Radeon)
- (maybe) Looking Glass to copy framebuffer to the Intel GPU
Just a first trial of using python-whiteboard with a stock Wii Remote (those things run on bluetooth) and a screen projector on a wall. As an infrared pen – a TV remote.
Just a quick reminder to myself how to update the locate database:
/usr/bin/updatedb -c /etc/updatedb.conf