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  1. 21:03 <npm> I tried installing latest 6.6.0-2 "dev" release from QtInstaller and I get a bunch of errors resulting in a non-working install: "Operation \"QtPatch\" with arguments \"linux; /opt/QtCo/6.6.0/android_x86; emb-arm-qt5;\" failed: Could not find therequired QmakeOutputInstallerKey( value on the installer object. The
  2. 21:03 <npm> ConsumeOutput operation on the valid qmake needs to be called first.   installationErrorWithCancel : Installer Error : Error during installation process "
  3. 21:03 <npm>  the problematic release update is "6.6.0-0-202301040954" ... the last working install was "6.6.0-0-202212210709"
  4. 21:03 <npm> note that doing "/opt/QtCo/6.6.0/gcc_64/bin/qmake --version" gives a bunch of errors "/opt/QtCo/6.6.0/gcc_64/bin/qmake: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ version `GLIBC_2.34' not found (required by /opt/QtCo/6.6.0/gcc_64/bin/qmake)"
  5. 21:05 <npm> will there be a 6.6.0-3 "dev" update that fixes this or has 6.6 been silently made incompatible with Ubuntu 20.04.5 LTS? (EOL in April 2025 not now)???