Qt version will not start
And now that I see in the release's notes that things like moving a file through drag 'n drop in a playlist is fixed...it just won't start. And Qt is fine on my computer, I use Avidemux for video purposes and well I use the QT version because it is much superior, and still does work, so I don't think any package or update installed since then has done any damage to QT. Unless my version is too old? Here's the output from terminal :
QMake version 3.0
Using Qt version 5.2.1 in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu"
So I'm running version 5.2.1 of Qt, could that be just that. Or maybe it's not compatible with the kernel I'm using which is 4.4.0-59. I can boot in a few older kernels I have that are still supported by 14.04/trusty, like the latest 3.16.x kernels, in fact the very last one that came out, it came up in the updates.
If Audacious Qt or otherwise produces a log file or something to help you, i will provide it after you respond, I tried the forum but nobody answered and 5 olders posts were responded to since then, so it seems like nobody there knows or cares about my problem with Audacious-Qt.
Have a good day. You can contact me through PM if there is a PM system here, or at the email used to subscribe to the forum. I chose the libaudqt as Category because there wasn't a simple Qt or something like that.
#1 Updated by John Lindgren 7 months ago
- Subject changed from Audacious 3.9 Linux Mint 17.3 on a partition without issues, the Qt version will not start since the updates a few days ago, before it did, but there was things that needed fixing before I wanted to use it... to Qt version will not start
If Audacious Qt or otherwise produces a log file or something to help you
Is anything printed to stdout? "Aborted" or "Segmentation fault" or any errors?