Wolfgang Bauer <> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Wolfgang Bauer <> ---
(In reply to Ivan Čukić from comment #1)
> I'm not convinced that a bad installation/setup can be handled more
> gracefully than showing the exact error in the output.

The problem is that the system is more or less unusable though (because
kactivitymanagerd keeps restarting and crashing endlessly, and systemd-coredump
creates one coredump after the other), and the user won't see the output anyway
of course.

Similar things happen when the database gets corrupted btw, there were a few
users having that problem recently, e.g.:

> The question I have is what driver is QSQLITE3 in opensuse's Qt packaging -
> I'm asking because it does not exist in the Qt's docs [1] - only QSQLITE2
> and QSQLITE exist, where the QSQLITE driver handles sqlite 3 and above.

That's the one from akonadi, which I happen to have installed.

libQt5Sql5-sqlite OTOH contains the standard one from qtbase, with that
installed it works (unless the database is corrupted or similar).

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