> On Mar 2, 2018, at 1:26 PM, Alex Aycinena <alex.aycin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 6:21 AM, John Ralls <jra...@ceridwen.us
> <mailto:jra...@ceridwen.us>> wrote:
> > On Mar 2, 2018, at 4:03 AM, Geert Janssens <geert.gnuc...@kobaltwit.be
> > <mailto:geert.gnuc...@kobaltwit.be>> wrote:
> > Op vrijdag 2 maart 2018 02:21:45 CET schreef Alex Aycinena:
> >> On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 5:15 PM, John Ralls <johndanielra...@gmail.com
> >> <mailto:johndanielra...@gmail.com>>
> >> wrote:
> >>> Run it in the debugger and see where it’s crashing and why?
> >>> Regards,
> >>> John Ralls
> >> Actually I tried that before sending the first e-mail and there was no
> >> crash and no backtrace. It simply exited during the splash screen and the
> >> trace file showed it couldn't find the various modules mention earlier in
> >> this thread. I'm going to try as a different user to see if there is
> >> something weird in my environment or anything like that.
> >> Alex
> > Simply to rule F26/27 differences out I have upgraded to F27 overnight. It
> > still works ok here, though I do install in a subdirectory of my homedir
> > instead of /opt.
> That reminds me, Cmake handles /opt installations specially. It wants to
> install etc/gnucash/* in
> /etc/opt/gnucash-git/gnucash-acct-maint/gnucash/gnucash. That (a) fails
> unless you say `sudo ninja install` and (b) ensures that the files are in a
> place GnuCash will never find them.
> Try passing -DSYSCONFDIR=/opt/gnucash-git/gnucash-acct-maint/etc on the CMake
> command line.
> John Ralls
> I did try rm -fr * .??* and it didn't make any difference (I had missed your
> response because it had gone to spam).
> By the way, since you are on Fedora, do you know which packages you have
> installed that give you Ktoblzcheck and Gwengui-gtk3?
> Based on your comments, I compared the directories of my latest build with
> one on an F26 VM from last Nov which had been built with autotools and the
> differences are:
> with cmake, under /opt/gnucash-git/gnucash-acct-maint/ are: bin, include,
> lib64, and share
> with autotools, under /opt/gnucash-git/gnucash-clean/ are: bin, etc, include,
> lib, libexec, and share
> I tried passing -DSYSCONFDIR=/opt/gnucash-git/gnucash-acct-maint/etc on the
> CMake command line but got the same result. Then I gave the gnucash-dev user
> sudo privileges and did the installation with sudo but got the same result.
> Finally, I did what Geert does and installed in a subdirectory of my home
> instead of in /opt and that worked. The directories under
> /home/gnucash-dev/gitcheckouts/gnucash-acct-maint-install/ are: bin, etc,
> include, lib64, and share.
> It had been working by installing in /opt, even after I started using cmake,
> so not sure what changed suddenly but at least I'm back in business.
> Thanks for all the help,
It should be a dependency of aqbanking. Gwengui-gtk3 is built by GnuCash. I’ve
passed the patch on to Martin to include, but he chose to put it in master and
has anyway not done anything with Gwen since last summer so it looks like we’ll
be supplying it for a while.
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