• Feb 18, 2014 - 15:07

I've been looking for the terminal command to install the latest version of Cmake after downloading it but I can't find it. Can someone please help me out.
I've been trying to compile MuseScore and I think that may be the last step. I'm using the LTS version of Ubuntu Studio.


I ran the command in the documention but I was told that I have the latest version. However checking the Cmake website reveals that there is a newer version. What I'm looking for is a command that will allow me to install the new version.

I've been trying to compile Cmake but it keeps saying I need the Curses libraries. I installed the Curses GUI from the Synaptic Package Manager and added some related libraries from the Terminal but it still keeps throwing up errors. Searching online hasn't help and I'm quite new to this.

I tried to compile the MuseScore Source in Cmake and got the following error:
CMake Error at mscore/CMakeLists.txt:167 (QT5_ADD_RESOURCES):
Unknown CMake command "QT5_ADD_RESOURCES". I got the same error when compiling with the Terminal. Someone said that I needed to update Cmake.
I've installed the latest version of QT. What actually is the problem?

Ok that deals very directly with the problem.
Where do I put the command "export CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=/opt/Qt5.1.0/5.1.0/gcc_64"
I tried copying and pasting in the terminal but nothing happened.
I should explain that I just started working with code related stuff late December-Early January so my questions may be rather basic.

I've done digging around and can't find the shell. Could someone give me step by step instructions to resolveing the problem. That appears to be the only way I'll solve it.

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