This is not a QSSL opinion or posting…this is my advice from
home, not work…
I run the 6.3.0 IDE on SuSE 9.0 (at home) all the time. There are
some oddities like not being able to select certain fields but it
runs. I switched to using the Motif libs instead of GTK. I lose
drag and drop and it looks horrible but it’s fully functional.
I use a stock SuSE 9.0 installation with all the latest patches
from SuSE. It sounds like you’ve manually updated your GTK libs.
If that’s the case then I’m not sure there’s much you can do except
for switching to the Motif libs. Look in $QNX_HOST/usr/bin/qde.sh.
Remember SuSE is not a supported distro…YMMV.
Hope that helps,
JK <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I will add some more info:
after I run run_qde.sh the followin appears on the console I run it from:
… Gtk-warning **: unable to locate theme engine in module-path:
this appears severeal times and then:
"warning **: no builtin or dynamically loaded modules were found. Pango
will not work correctly. This probably means there was an error in the
you may be able to recreate this file by running pango-querymodules "
when I run this pango-querymodules I get the message:
“undefined symbol: g-printf”
I digged a bit in google and found something like:
GTK+ was updated recently and this sounds like what happens when apps
that use it get out of sync with it. You will have to recompile
everything that uses GTK+. I suggest portupgraded.
/me recently saw this himself with the gtk apps he uses when updated
any more ideas?