Kget cannot launch

I reinstall Kget accidentally, I tried to open it but force closed.
I try to open it in the output terminal as shown.

QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to ‘/ tmp / runtime-root’
“Session bus not found \ nTo circumvent this problem try the following command (with Linux and bash) \ nexport $ (dbus-launch)”

does anyone know how to solve it ???
thank you :pray:

Please do not use sudo to start a graphical application.
Check and fix permission on your home directory, and especially all the files/folders related to kget and start it normally.

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when I don’t use sudo, there is no response from the software.
I use sudo to display what the error is
When I open Kget without going through the terminal what happens is that the application is visible in the taksbar (not yet displaying the interface) then suddenly disappears :dizzy_face:

Nope, you misunderstand the usage of sudo
You can open kget from terminal as your user, just like that, and will show the errors for your user configuration.

Run this from terminal:
sudo pacman -Syu kget plasma-desktop libmms libktorrent qgpgme qca qt5-base
systemctl reboot
and start kget from terminal just like that, no sudo.

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Oh, I see…
after I searched more deeply it turned out that I was surprised that it was running in the system tray (hidden) hehehe …
Thank you for your knowledge … :pray:

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