2 Apr 2010 6:36 AM #1
Designer running in Linux?
Is the ExtJS designer MS Windows specific, or is there a way to run the designer in Linux (Specifically Ubuntu)?
2 Apr 2010 6:42 AM #2
It is runnable on linux, there are published linux x32 and x64 distributions for ExtDesigner
2 Apr 2010 8:11 AM #3
Windows, Linux 32, Linux 64, and Mac OSX 10.6 are currently supported. There are a few issues with the current distribution on Linux dealing with the use of linked libraries, we are releasing a update soon to statically link them which should fix the issue. We are also planning on supporting OSX 10.5.
2 Apr 2010 10:53 AM #4
Specifically for Ubuntu if you are running Karmic 9.10 on 32/64 bit you should have absolutely no problem.
We will have static builds for other distributions early next week.Aaron Conran
5 Apr 2010 2:09 AM #5
I am indeed using Ubuntu 9.1 (Karmic).
How do I install the downloaded .bin file?
The file is not executable, does not appear to be a debian package, and - if I make it executable - has an error message stating that the character coding cannot be found.
5 Apr 2010 5:43 AM #6
I'm using Linux Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) 64 btis.
The instruction for install Ext Designer is:
5 Apr 2010 6:31 AM #7
Thanks very much, I thought I must be missing something.
Designer up and running
7 Apr 2010 12:45 AM #8
I am using Debian Lenny (32 bit) and the Designer installed perfectly. The problem is that it will not start as it complains with the following:
bin/ExtDesigner.bin: /lib/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.9' not found (required by /opt/ExtDesigner/lib/libQtGuiExt.so.4)
bin/ExtDesigner.bin: /lib/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.10' not found (required by /opt/ExtDesigner/lib/libQtNetworkExt.so.4)
bin/ExtDesigner.bin: /lib/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.9' not found (required by /opt/ExtDesigner/lib/libQtCoreExt.so.4)
I checked the glibc version and it is glibc-2.11-1
Can someone please help?
7 Apr 2010 6:07 AM #9
I believe the team plans on releasing a version of the designer with the static libraries, sometime early?? this week??
Once they do that you should be good to go.
22 Apr 2010 2:48 PM #10