--- Comment #2 from Clinton <clintontheg...@gmail.com> --- (In reply to Jack from comment #1) > First, you mention Manjaro, but the link is for ArchLinux. Is that correct? > I can imagine possible issues using an Arch package on Manjaro if any > dependent packages have been compiled differently between the two systems. > My memories of issues with symbols beginning with _Z are all Windows > related, but in any case related to compiling/linking. > I would suggest reporting to a Manjaro forum or mailing list. Thanks for the quick reply. I just downloaded the package from the ArchLinux page listed, and compared it to the package downloaded from the Manjaro community repository and confirmed that they share the same md5sum. i.e.: https://archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/kmymoney/download/ https://osmirror.org/manjaro/stable/community/x86_64/kmymoney-5.1.3-4-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst Both of which have md5sum: 49ed9b60dc03ef5d05d2d59bff0b57bb So in this instance, ArchLinux is the correct downstream forum for addressing bugs, even though their packages are being reused by Manjaro. Manjaro doesn't even have a bugtracker for this or most other packages, for instance. As to whether this is an upstream issue to be addressed here on the KDE bug tracker, or downstream with Arch, I am uncertain. -- You are receiving this mail because: You are watching all bug changes.