Le 02/11/2016 à 15:28, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink a écrit :
Op woensdag 2 november 2016 13:48:25 CET schreef Cor
Op 02-11-16 om 13:39 schreef Knurpht - Gertjan
Op woensdag 2 november 2016 22:04:24 CET schreef
On 11/02/2016 10:01 PM, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink
> Op woensdag 2 november 2016 11:29:09 CET schreef Pierre-Amiel Giraud:
>> Hi, I've got a bug in Cantata (available from the KDE:Extra repository)
>> since the beginning of october and I can't find where it comes from :
>> some icons are missing.
>> I opened a bug in bugzilla, but it was closed as I related it to the
product. The person who closed it said it was maybe
>> "Tumbleweed specific" or related to Qt :
>> I also opened a bug in the git repository of the project, but it
>> appeared the developer tried to compile the software with Qt 5.7 and it
>> worked well (he uses Ubuntu). There are screenshots in the bug
>> discussion, so you can see exactly what the problem is:
>> So my question is : would some of you be kind enough to install Cantata
>> from OBS and just tell me if all icons are displayed correctly, so I
>> know if it's Tumbleweed related or very specific to me?
>> Thank you very much.
> This is what I see when I launch cantata from cli:
> @knurphtlaptop:~> cantata
> Icon theme "cantata" not found.
> Some further investigation shows that the icon theme is installed in
> share/cantata/icons/cantata .....
It possibly should be installed in /usr/share/icons if it is a FDO
complaint icon theme.
To confirm: creating a symlink to
share/icons stops the error message.
But this is not related to the bug PAG has.
It is related to the awesome
font icons that are used in the interface. Do others using Tumbleweed
also see that (in which case the bug on openSUSE should be reopened), or
is it only him?
On TW, the symlink has been removed, the error is still there, but I do see
the fontawesome icons .... BTW, this on Plasma5
Well… thanks. So I know it comes from me or from a combination of
packages from my installation. I looked with lsof the files used by
Cantata to see if I installed some from third party repositories, I
lowered the priority of these repositories to rely as much as possible
on Tumbleweed itself… no luck. But there is something strange, and maybe
related to my problem : I can't find any package named libqt5-qtbase
from Yast (I can only see devel and example packages). When I first
noticed it I thought it was now provided by libQt5Core5 (since Qt 5.7)
but here I can see it is still available :
Is this normal? Since the error I see when launching Cantata is supposed
to come from libqt5-qtbase, it may be linked. Sorry if my assumption
seems fool, but when all the obvious explanations have failed…
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