gnucash compilation and installation from svn: why "a gnome druid"
andi5.py at gmx.net
Thu Jan 1 08:47:45 EST 2009
I am not sure whether you sent me a mail already, but there is none in
the mailing list archives, so we still need the answer :-)
Instead of libgnome I meant libgnomeui-0, which is the name of the
Ubuntu package. Try running both of the following commands and check
whether the package contains /usr/lib/libglade/2.0/libgnome.so.
dpkg -L libgnomeui-0 | grep libglade
ls -l /usr/lib/libglade/2.0/libgnome.so
Once again, what is printed to the terminal when you run "gnucash" from
there? What happens when you run it in English, e.g. via "LANG=
gnucash" from the terminal?
Anything about GnuCash in ~/.xsession-errors?
Raphaël Maville schrieb:
> First I mistake: not all the menus do not work: only some!
> I run gnucash under:
> Linux 2.6.24-22-generic i686 GNU/Linux
> Ubuntu 8.04 - Hardy Heron - sortie en avril 2008.
> libgnome is installed yet.
> I used the 2.2.7 version downloaded from gnucash svn and compiled
> I removed it and installed the 2.2.4 version ubuntu from synaptic:
> the same problems!
> These menus doe not work in the French version:
> This is the approximative English translation and the problems:
> Actions/Scheduled_transactions/mortgage : Empty window, the buttons does
> not run> File/New/New_account_hierarchy : In the druid, it is virgen, and the
> buttons for prev next do not run
> File/Import/Import_QIF : Only the cancel button runs!
> Le lundi 29 décembre 2008 à 17:17 +0100, Andeas Köhler a écrit :
>> Hi Raphaël,
>> you also did not say what operating system or distribution you use. I
>> suppose that you have an incomplete installation of libgnome2, you need
>> one with glade support. Do you see the file
>> What is printed to the terminal when you run gnucash from there?
>> -- andi5
>> Raphaël Maville schrieb:
>>> I installed:
>>> GnuCash 2.2.7
>>> Compilé le 2008-11-02 depuis r17597M
>>> The assistant windows appear empty with this text:
>>> [a gnome druid]
>>> But gnucash runs well.
>>> How to get the assistant ?
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