The solution is indeed to install the qt5-default package.
Maybe this package could be added as a dependency in newer releases?
There is also perhaps an upstream bug where qtchooser could try the
"other" qt version if one fails. (I had installed qdbus5, and qtchooser
was trying qdbus4, which was
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System hangs after iwlwifi firmware crash
I don't easily see the firmware hang message in the attached files, so
I'm pasting it here:
Microcode SW error detected. Restarting 0x8200.
Start IWL Error Log Dump:
Status: 0x0200, count: 6
0x0038 | BAD_COMMAND
0x0220 | trm_hw_status0
0x | trm_hw_status1
Public bug reported:
Since upgrading to Kubuntu 17.10 my HP EliteBook 820 G3 hangs at
unpredictable times. I have experienced probably 20 hangs. Once the
system is hung no mouse movement, NumLock toggle, VT switch,
Ctrl+Alt+Del, SysRq keys, SSH attempts have any effect whatsoever. Any
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