You can open the report (it’s a textfile) and copy the content here, or the best is if you could open a ticket at Haikuports (you need an account in github):
ok… i’ll try to report it… wait… i’m forget my github password…
i report here … https://github.com/haikuports/haikuports/issues/1797
I just tried the same case (saving a Sheet file), and managed to reproduce the same error too.
try execute from terminal:
As a quick workaround install dbus.
pkgman install dbus
WOW, thank you for all your great work.
Seeing Telegram Desktop installed and running on Haiku is just awesome. And I love seeing the preflet in the Deskbar notifying me of unread messages.
Which version of Haiku are you guys running on? The latest one I’m using crashes with a page fault when trying to install.
I am running a few KDE apps on build 51568, x86_64 in Virtualbox.
Thank you very much! Got it working now!
I got it working. Wrong url.
Why is the news section on haiku-os.org completely quiet about progress like this? It’s not the core os, but to attract more users its gold stuff.
Because these repositories had a lot of strange inconsistencies and “gotchas” until these past few weeks, to the point where we did not want to advertise them.
I sunk a lot of time (much more than I intended to…) into solving the remaining package build failures this week at KDC, and the last few builds are running now. Unless some other problem occurs, I’ll switch Haiku’s master branch to them in the next few hours and then post on the blog about it.
Qt application still failed to load at latest haiku 32 build (hrev 51615) …i do update haiku into latest build.
You need to rebuild your projects due to recent Haiku API changes (BControlLook).
We will be soon switching to a new package repository with more up to date packages. It should help solving this particular issue and others.
The program BeeDiff isn’t available in Haikuports so the Software comes from other repo or own-built.
The User or the repo Manager needs to rebuild BeeDiff.
Probably from my repo. Nothing wrong with BeeDiff AFAIK, it is QT4 that is broken, and I can’t recompile or test until it is fixed. Try ponpokodiff instead.
I’ve already removed most of my QT4 apps from the server. This one escaped, but I’ll take it off now.
Having Qt/KDE applications in Haiku really makes a huge difference. So far I encountered problems with Kolourpaint (can’t save file) and qBittorent (crashing immediately when a download starts).
The other applications seem to work very well. Krita especially worked better for me than in Windows and Linux.