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    Default Re: GoogleEarth-5.2 install to Tumbleweed no longer possible?

    A couple of things:
    - Installing as much as possible is nonsense. Packages have their dependencies and recommends.
    - A short search through google brought this: ftp://ftp.ussg.iu.edu/linux/unity/re...010.x86_64.rpm

    Download the rpm to ~/Downloads. Open a terminal window and do:
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    cd Downloads
    sudo zypper in ./googleearth-5.2.1.1588-1-unity2010.x86_64.rpm
    It will pull in the necessary packages .
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    Default Re: GoogleEarth-5.2 install to Tumbleweed no longer possible?

    Quote Originally Posted by fitterski View Post
    I took it one step further without success.

    Imported into Yast the successful Leap-423 package list and installed from the TW repos with the fewest possible dependency related changes (in all I think maybe a dozen were not installed).

    I got the same error message if I tried to run an existing Ge-5.2 binary OR if I tried to install the Google package, and I got it either as user OR as root:

    Code:
    Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key
    Haven't got the faintest clue as to what is means, or how to work around the problem any further.
    Hi
    That's usually a display environment issue... running something as root, but didn't use su - only su or funky sudo.

    You can see the value via;
    Code:
    xauth list
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    Default Re: GoogleEarth-5.2 install to Tumbleweed no longer possible?

    I did another fresh install to assure a clean system:

    Code:
    sudo zypper in ./googleearth-5.2.1.1588-1-unity2010.x86_64.rpm
    
    googleearth-5.2.1.1588-1:2010.x86_64 (/0/adat/repo/tw/tw-xtras): Signature verification failed [2-Signature does not verify]
    the above also installed a bunch of other packages but I had to install a couple more (without problems).

    Upon attempting to launch I got

    Code:
    We apologize for the inconvenience, but Google Earth has crashed.
     This is a bug in the program, and should never happen under normal
     circumstances. A bug report and debugging data have been written
     to this text file:
    
        /home/dummy/.googleearth/crashlogs/crashlog-5a035e9b.txt
    
    Please include this file if you submit a bug report to Google.
    the logfile:


    Major Version 5
    Minor Version 2
    Build Number 0001
    Build Date Sep 1 2010
    Build Time 11:25:42
    OS Type 3
    OS Major Version 4
    OS Minor Version 13
    OS Build Version 10
    OS Patch Version 0
    Crash Signal 11
    Crash Time 1510180725
    Up Time 0.491562

    Stacktrace from glibc:
    ./libgoogleearth_free.so(+0xd090b)[0xf7e8b90b]
    linux-gate.so.1(__kernel_sigreturn+0x0)[0xf7ee9dd0]

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    Default Re: GoogleEarth-5.2 install to Tumbleweed no longer possible?

    I took another run at this, the initial message was mistaken. I think the package installs OK except for libcanberra-gtk-module which it seems is a sound feature which I do not really need and which is not a dependency issue.

    Code:
    Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load module "libcanberra-gtk-module.so": libcanberra-gtk-module.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    loki_setup: Suspect size value for option option                                                                                                                                              
    loki_setup: Suspect size value for option option                                                                          
    loki_setup: Suspect size value for option option                                                                                                         
    Installing mimetypes...
    Installing desktop menu entries...
    Installing desktop icon...
    BTW "libcanberra-gtk-module.so" IS present under

    Code:
    /usr/lib/gtk-2.0/modules
    /usr/lib/gtk-3.0/modules
    /usr/lib64/gtk-2.0/modules
    /usr/lib64/gtk-3.0/modules
    It seems that at this point the installation is complete and successful. The installation dialogue shows two buttons "Quit" or "Start". Clicking start has the same effect as commanding googleearth from cLi which produces the following:

    Code:
    > googleearth
    libGL error: unable to load driver: nouveau_dri.so 
    libGL error: driver pointer missing
    libGL error: failed to load driver: nouveau 
    Google Earth has caught signal 11.
    We apologize for the inconvenience, but Google Earth has crashed.
     This is a bug in the program, and should never happen under normal
     circumstances. A bug report and debugging data have been written
     to this text file: 
    ~/.googleearth/crashlogs/crashlog-5a24a325.txt
    which is:

    Code:
    Major Version 5
    Minor Version 2
    Build Number 0001
    Build Date Sep  1 2010
    Build Time 11:25:42
    OS Type 3
    OS Major Version 4
    OS Minor Version 14
    OS Build Version 1
    OS Patch Version 0
    Crash Signal 11
    Crash Time 1512350501
    Up Time 0.955536
    Stacktrace from glibc:
    ./libgoogleearth_free.so(+0xd090b)[0xf7ea090b]
    linux-gate.so.1(__kernel_sigreturn+0x0)[0xf7efedd0]
    /usr/lib/libexpat.so.1(+0x6168)[0xecd3e168]

    However "nouveau_dri.so" IS installed under

    Code:
    /usr/lib/nouveau_dri.so  
    /usr/lib64/nouveau_dri.so
    And that's as far as I got. The same prog runs under Leap-42.3, not even 'installed' just transplanted from 13.2 and the nVidia driver is NOT installed on either of those systems.

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