I downloaded the appimage for soulseek but after trying to run it through the terminal it get “./SoulseekQt-2018-1-30-64bit.AppImage: error while loading shared libraries: libselinux.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory” and trying to open i from the file manager/explorer doesn’t do anything.
looked around for a fix but nothing seemed to work, most people asking about it were on very different distros like ubuntu
libselinux aur package, but actually, there is also AUR package called
soulseekqt. But wait, there is actually an alternative client in the repositories, called
Nicotine+. The last one is what i would recommend for a novice user.
ArchLinux and therefore also Manjaro doesn’t support SELinux. Its origin is from Redhat. On Distros like Fedora you would need that and well, it is hardcoded here.
On the AUR it builds a fakelib to overcome this circumstance. It uses the same AppImage.
pamac build soulseekqt
I’ll try Nicotine+ but gonna stick to the version I got downloaded for now, thank you
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