I just installed a brand new instance of the nokia Qt SDK, It wouldn't let me compile as there was an update button in place of configuration manager. I went ahead and did the update (for Qt mobility (1.0.1 I presume), smartinstaller, and Qt4.6.3-2). The SDKMaintenance tool hosed my install.
My nokiaQtSDK dir now contains 3 dirs (Maemo, QtCreator, Symbian) most of which are empty and the total size of nokiaQtSDK is 22MB.
Really nokia, you not only don't know how to make a decent phone, but your suggested development environement really sucks (I love Qt for desktop, hate for symbian). So now that my app is done, and getting ready to deploy.... I get to go code it in j2me so that it will work, be easily deployed, and I don't get the headache of SDK issues (of which my old setup still compiles without warnings, the nokiaQtSDK compiles with 500 warnings and that number changes every compile even when I dont make any changes to code whatsoever, sometimes it tells me I have 342 warnings the next it tells me I have 786 warnings....)
Really nokia, If you want to survive, ditch maemo and run android. they are very similar, linux microkernal based open source operating systems. Android has a lot going for them - Most important to me, it was very easy to develop my app for android, getting it signed was free, and the development environment is solid (using plugins for eclipse....)
Really I am going to take the weekend to decide if I even want to finish this project for nokia devices... I can make better use of my time writing new apps for android, instead of porting my apps to symbian/maemo.
If I have to do an update to get new QtMobility lib, make sure the update doesn't destroy everything I had setup and working for a while.
P.S. to uninstall you have to use the SDK Maintenance tool which I guess is broken on my machine... so I can't uninstall the SDK or install again over it... I guess I am stuck to virtual machine dev for the rest of my OS's life (which if you have to connect a phone via USB to VM it is a pain in the rear, and sometimes just doesn't work)
Edit:: sorry, rough morning... So I deleted all the files manually and made sure everything was removed from my PATH. Reinstalled the NokiaQtSDK offline version, updated Qtmobility and smartinstaller, but not Qt 4.6.3-2 and I can compile (with 600 some warnings...)... The maintenance tool if you use it on a brand new install will break it though..