Had to install openssl-1.1 after the update as qbittorrent (v4.3.9) wouldn’t open as it was looking for libcrypto.so.1.1
Working fine now - though theming inside qbittorrent is a bit messed up. This issue may not exist for people using an updated qbittorrent (v4.4+) however I have major issues with that version and above.
EDIT: theming was fixed by installing lib32-openssl-1.1 - Everything is now running as it should be
libtorrent-rasterbar that depends on
qbittorrent. If you want to keep outdated, unsupported versions, you’ll need to rebuild
openssl 3.0 and then rebuild
If that sounds like too much trouble, an easier way would be figuring out the theme issue. It looks fine for me.
Thanks, after installing lib32-openssl-1.1 the theme is fine now
OpenSSL has nothing to do with a theme. If QBittorrent looks off, then probably other Qt applications do as well. Keeping downgraded packages is not a solution.
Well the theme in qbittorrent is fine now (and other apps I’ve looked at), I understand that keeping downgraded packages is not a solution however unfortunately when I upgrade libtorrent-rasterbar and qbittorrent I run into massive issues with connectivity, speed and app stability in qbittorrent which makes it unusable, I was unable to find a way to fix this without keeping the downgraded packages.
From my searches when I encountered the issue it seems a lot of people were having similar issues when qbittorrent was updated to v4.4 and libtorrent-rasterbar was updated to v1.2 (might have been v2 - my memory fails me) unless you have any suggestions for this issue?
This is confined to a VM that pretty much only runs qbittorrent and is not my daily machine otherwise I would have persisted in finding a solution
I gave up on on qbittorrent a good while ago and went to Deluge. Try that and see what you get.
@Locutus Thanks for the recommendation.
I did try Deluge many years ago and had issues so went back to qbittorrent, I guess it’s time to give it another go
If you do install the deluge-gtk then no worries about theming with it.