cmake-gui application run error - fresh install of Enlightenment on Arch #24

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opened 3 months ago by CNRO · 3 comments
CNRO commented 3 months ago

Upon trying to run cmake (included software) on fresh install of current versions of both Arch and Enlightenment, after the preliminary Englightenment configuration prompts when reaching the desktop with no other changes made beyond installing and starting acpid ( http://git.enlightenment.org/enlightenment/enlightenment/issues/23 ), a warning pops up telling me cmake-gui cannot load.

I am not sure if this is a bug per-se, as I am unsure of the intended fuction of this software.

My system is:
Lenovo G780
Arch Linux x86_64
Kernal 6.0.6-arch1-1
WM: Enlightenment
CPU: Intel i5-3210M
GPU: 3rd Gen Core processor

I have produced issue 3 or 4 times, each time is from current versions of Arch and Enlightenment

  1. Arch installer with:
    #pacstrap -K /mnt base linux linux-firmware vim nano

followed by chroot
#pacman -S networkmanager
#systemctl enable NetworkManager

and reboot into the system.

  1. Once in the system, update and install Enlightenment:
    #pacman -Syu
    #pacman -S xorg lightdm lightdm-gtk-greeter efl enlightenment terminology
    #systemctl enable lightdm

and reboot into lightdm + Enlightenment

  1. Followed the Enlightenment first run configuration prompts and load into the desktop environment

  2. acpid issue solved:
    #pacman -S acpid
    #systemctl enable acpid.service
    #systemctl start acpid.service

  3. Run cmake from the Applications>Development menu.

I tried to solve the issue by:
#pacman -S --needed cmake

pacman returned “nothing to do” and when that did not work, a full reinstall of cmake:
#pacman -S cmake

which also did not work.

I have not found a solution

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Sorry I do not have logs or know what is a trace extract

Upon trying to run cmake (included software) on fresh install of current versions of both Arch and Enlightenment, after the preliminary Englightenment configuration prompts when reaching the desktop with no other changes made beyond installing and starting acpid ( http://git.enlightenment.org/enlightenment/enlightenment/issues/23 ), a warning pops up telling me cmake-gui cannot load. I am not sure if this is a bug per-se, as I am unsure of the intended fuction of this software. My system is: Lenovo G780 Arch Linux x86_64 Kernal 6.0.6-arch1-1 WM: Enlightenment CPU: Intel i5-3210M GPU: 3rd Gen Core processor I have produced issue 3 or 4 times, each time is from current versions of Arch and Enlightenment 1) Arch installer with: #pacstrap -K /mnt base linux linux-firmware vim nano followed by chroot #pacman -S networkmanager #systemctl enable NetworkManager and reboot into the system. 2) Once in the system, update and install Enlightenment: #pacman -Syu #pacman -S xorg lightdm lightdm-gtk-greeter efl enlightenment terminology #systemctl enable lightdm and reboot into lightdm + Enlightenment 3) Followed the Enlightenment first run configuration prompts and load into the desktop environment 4) acpid issue solved: #pacman -S acpid #systemctl enable acpid.service #systemctl start acpid.service 5) Run cmake from the Applications>Development menu. I tried to solve the issue by: #pacman -S --needed cmake pacman returned “nothing to do” and when that did not work, a full reinstall of cmake: #pacman -S cmake which also did not work. I have not found a solution _ Sorry I do not have logs or know what is a trace extract
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cmake-gui runs for me. have you tried running it by hand to see what it says?

cmake-gui runs for me. have you tried running it by hand to see what it says?
raster self-assigned this 3 months ago
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cmake-gui runs for me. have you tried running it by hand to see what it says?

cmake-gui: error while loading shared libraries: libQt6Widgets.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

> cmake-gui runs for me. have you tried running it by hand to see what it says? cmake-gui: error while loading shared libraries: libQt6Widgets.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

As you see, cmake-gui is QT-based: https://command-not-found.com/cmake-gui
It seems the issue is solved since it is not related to Enlightenment and EFL. 

N.B. If all dependencies are installed, the solution may be around ldconfig. To begin with, try ldconfig -p | grep qt.

As you see, `cmake-gui` is QT-based: https://command-not-found.com/cmake-gui It seems the issue is solved since it is not related to Enlightenment and EFL.  N.B. If all dependencies are installed, the solution may be around `ldconfig`. To begin with, try `ldconfig -p | grep qt`.
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