I’ve migrated to xfce4 and trying some of its features, pretty satisfied, but I’m having an issue with Oda File Converter,
[abubu@abubu-hppavilionnotebook ~]$ oda-file-converter
QFactoryLoader::QFactoryLoader() checking directory path "/opt/oda-file-converter/platforms" ...
qt.qpa.plugin: Could not find the Qt platform plugin "xcb" in ""
This application failed to start because no Qt platform plugin could be initialized. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.
/usr/bin/oda-file-converter: línea 2: 18841 Abortado (`core' generado) LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/oda-file-converter /opt/oda-file-converter/oda-file-converter $@
After that, I thought that it was a Qt issue, but all of my another qt software is running properly (I’m working on xfce4). Any ideas?
is an AUR package
The message tells you it may have to be rebuilt
after you updated your system
Try re-building it.
I reinstalled it after deleteing cache to avoid tmp files issues, downloaded from aur and made everything well, same error
… but did you also update your system before you re-built that program?
I just built the program successfully and it starts without issue - but I’m not on Manjaro stable.
yup, system was updated when I reinstalled it, certainly you’re making me think that it’s a bug nonfixed, I shall wait if the next update shall fix the issue
You are sure?
… nothing in the ignore list which could impede updates of certain packages?
I also just built it successfully on Manjaro (Xfce) stable, which I had just updated.
built and installed with:
pamac build oda-file-converter
starts and works flawlessly