--- Comment #97 from C. Andrews Lavarre <alavarre(a)gmail.com> 2012-02-04 20:53:40 UTC
(In reply to comment #96)
It's good to see so many people care about
gnucash, but you are investing too
much time in it ;-)
Well, it is my most important app after LibreOffice Calc, so I'd like to help
fix it for 32-bit folks...
Unfortunately this does not solve the matter for my 32-bit system:
- the exact version number might change. "zypper in gnucash" will give you
a hint about the exact command/version you need to use.
- zypper in will result in a conflict. Choose the solution that proposes
"install guile-2.0.2-7.4.1.x86_64 (with vendor change)"
I use the version recommended by this procedure:
zypper install gnucash-2.4.9-28.2.i586
The installation runs successfully to conclusion, but on invoking gnucash you
get the same "Maxdepth" crash.
So I've nuked guile 2.0 which rolled back both gnucash and guile, so I can get
my work done.
And please only add more comments here if you are
testing the packages from the
home:pgajdos:guile1 repo. In other words: no more comments about random
workarounds, please - this bugreport is already confusing enough ;-)
Sorry, just trying to help - haven't found any other solution for 32-bit
But now I've posted that workaround to my blog and will hope to see Google pick
it up so the folks that haven't figured out how to solve the problem can at
least get their work done.
Thanks for all the work here in trying to fix it, but it isn't there yet, at
least not for (at least one - me) 32-bit openSUSE 12.1 users...
Kind regards, Andy
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