reinstall panorama application


I wanted to test the application that comes installed by default in Graphics> Photography> Panorama, but after updating opensuse does not work. Do not know how to reinstall this application because I do not find in yast software, what is your name?

Thank you.

The Graphics repository is not enabled by default, so nothing from it gets installed by default.

You can use PACKAGESEARCH to find packages.

I don’t see anything called Panorama, but I do see Hugin

What openSUSE version are you running?

I put a capture image to see the application, I tried to reintalar hugin and does not work.

OpenSuse 13.1 kde 4.11.4.

Error in console:

jonatan@OpenSuse:~> panoramagui
Object::connect: No such signal org::freedesktop::UPower::DeviceAdded(QDBusObjectPath)
Object::connect: No such signal org::freedesktop::UPower::DeviceRemoved(QDBusObjectPath)
KCrash: Application ‘panoramagui’ crashing…
KCrash: Attempting to start /usr/lib64/kde4/libexec/drkonqi from kdeinit

Thank you.

Well, I have not used it in a long time, but find this on my machine.

If I try to start the way you did, from Launcher (your susePaste reference), I get same crash.
I copied /usr/share/applications/hugin.desktop to my desktop folder and start hugin from there, it at least cleanly starts.
I did not go any further.

I dug a little further. The panoramagui application is actually provided by kipiplugins.
If you open YAST, and search for panaramagui with RPM “provides” and File list selected, you should see same.

I don’t use kipiplugins directly, but do use frequently through Digikam, a photomanagement program that calls kipiplugins.

Kipiplugins may in fact call hugin for panoramas, not sure.

Perhaps try starting hugin directly and see if that works for you.

I have reinstalled kipi plugin and panoramagui still does not respond, but works /usr/share/applications/hugin.desktop, are they the same application?

Thank you.

Panoramagui uses hugin to do the actual work, so in a sense yes.

I can confirm the crash, but it starts fine if you specify a picture file on the command line, f.e.

panoramagui mypicture.gif

You can then still add other files in the GUI.

But it just seems to hang here when processing the images.