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    Default SA 2.2 install on x64 CentOS 6.4 fails to run

    SA 2.2 install on x64 CentOS 6.4 fails to run


    I downloaded and installed SA 2.2 today. It fails to run:

    [rbraddy@SoftNAS-DEV Downloads]$ /home/rbraddy/SenchaArchitect/SenchaArchitect
    Loading Architect package "/home/rbraddy/.local/share/Sencha/Sencha Architect 2.2/xds-2.2.2.000991.ion"
    Loading Desktop Packager at "/home/rbraddy/.local/share/Sencha/Sencha Architect 2.2/runtime/sdp-1.1.1.398/SenchaArchitect"
    [rbraddy@SoftNAS-DEV Downloads]$ /home/rbraddy/.local/share/Sencha/Sencha Architect 2.2/runtime/sdp-1.1.1.398/SenchaArchitect --ion-entry-url=ionp:///index.html?production --ion-file=/home/rbraddy/.local/share/Sencha/Sencha Architect 2.2/xds-2.2.2.000991.ion --ion-enable-logging --ion-log-level=0 --architect=/home/rbraddy/SenchaArchitect/SenchaArchitect --disable-accelerated-compositing: symbol lookup error: /home/rbraddy/.local/share/Sencha/Sencha Architect 2.2/runtime/sdp-1.1.1.398/SenchaArchitect --ion-entry-url=ionp:///index.html?production --ion-file=/home/rbraddy/.local/share/Sencha/Sencha Architect 2.2/xds-2.2.2.000991.ion --ion-enable-logging --ion-log-level=0 --architect=/home/rbraddy/SenchaArchitect/SenchaArchitect --disable-accelerated-compositing: undefined symbol: gtk_widget_get_realized

    [rbraddy@SoftNAS-DEV Downloads]$

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    After some more research by one of the Desktop Packager engineers here's what he found:

    as of Chromium 26, they require a baseline of GTK 2.24. CentOS is using 2.18 so if you upgrade you'll get things working.

    fwiw: 2.18 was released on 23 September 2009 which is 4 years old.
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    Phil,

    Thanks for that information. Unfortunately, it does not appear there's a yum package available for GTK 2.2 for CentOS 6.x available, so it may have to be built from source, which also brings with it other dependencies...

    Given that CentOS 6.x / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x is the latest version for several years now, perhaps Sencha should provide some Release Notes or other how-to details on how to make its product work properly in these popular Linux environments, or at least state what the pre-requisites for a given release; otherwise, a lot of us will waste time trying to upgrade to SA 2.2 only to find it doesn't work and there's no detailed instructions on how to get it to work...

    Meanwhile, I suppose I will just stick with the older version of SA 2.1 which works fine.

    Thanks
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    We are bound to that which Chromium supports: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95411?hl=en

    I'd call this the first step back in support I've seen since the move from Qt Webkit to Chromium.

    Sorry Rick.
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    So is the answer effectively "you're on your own - go find the right version of Chromium for CentOS 6.x, build it from source, along with whatever dependencies it may have, if you have to, and good luck with it?"

    Has the product even been tested with the latest version of CentOS / RHEL? If so, could we get some documentation on how to proceed, please?

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    I don't know if this will work but after some googling...
    http://www.if-not-true-then-false.co...-red-hat-rhel/

    We're not saying "you're on your own" I'm just giving you the facts which is that Chromium doesn't support this distro.
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