[scribus] Making 1.5.3 work / appimages
jluc at no-log.org
Wed Jan 18 11:54:25 UTC 2017
What I do is
- download the appimage
- make it executable that change its properties to +x
- launch it run it call it
When launched there is a first dialog
that proposes to create a shortcut on desktop,
and i usually say NO because i run several versions
and i dont want too many shortcuts on my desktop.
Then a second dialog asks whether it should continue later to ask the first question again or stop
and i say YES go on asking
then scribus runs.
I've never had issues with this process on Ubuntu 14.04.
BTW I dont understand what you mean with "change my OpSys to one that keeps me up-to-date"...
Le 18/01/2017 à 10:38, Ian Whitfield a écrit :
> Thanks Greg
> I'm not on Ubuntu but PClinuxOS 64-bit (rpm) but decided to try what you sent
> Chmod seems OK
> But the next instruction gave ...
>> [ianwh at localhost Scribus]$ ./scribus-git869382d-glibc2.14-x86-64.appimage
>> pathForIcon: Unable to load icon ././/share/scribus/icons/1_5_1/AppIcon.png: File not found
>> Could not find platform independent libraries <prefix>
>> Could not find platform dependent libraries <exec_prefix>
>> Consider setting $PYTHONHOME to <prefix>[:<exec_prefix>]
>> ImportError: No module named site
> It did however pop-up a box that asked if I wanted to add this to my Menu so I clicked 'OK'.
> It DID add to my Menu 'Scrbus - Page Layout (Development)'.
> But selecting this does nothing!!
> The error message above means nothing to me I'm afraid - so still stuck. Maybe I should do what JLuk says and change my
> OpSys to one that keeps me up-to-date!! I have the same problem with another very important piece of Software I'm using
> - Kexi!!
> Thanks for the help
> Pretoria RSA
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