Having been introduced to Shutter via forum discussions, I decided I liked it.
For those unfamiliar - Shutter is a screen capture application with nice editing capabilities built in.
I had installed ver 0.87 on my 11.4 box, worked well
I just found that on my new 12.1 install, it was available but crashed on startup.
Version 0.87.3 is in the 12.1-Oss repo. It crashed on startup with no useful messages (via CLI).
Version 0.88.1 in in the X11repo .
It did not startup either, but starting from the CLI provided enough useful messages to fix it.
Shutter is PERL, I had several PERL error messages on startup - missing scripts. All were available by searching in YAST-software management, so the dependencies in the Shutter package are inadequate but can be fixed manually in YAST.
On 02/11/2012 03:46 PM, cmcgrath5035 wrote:
> The permissions are not properly set for the scripts in/usr/share/shutter/resources/system/upload_plugins/upload/
> I assume this is a packaging error, not sure if it should be reported
> as a bug or ?
unless you set the permissions wrongly (did you??) then it sure sounds
like a bug to me!
Bugzilla 722266 was in the system covering issues 1 and 2 (PERL, .svg file).
I opened 746606 on my issue #3, execution permissions for *.pms in /usr/share/shutter/resources/system/upload_plugins/upload/
Hi. I had the same problem(s) here, also with OpenSUSE 12.1. Thanks to the indications of cmgrath5035 I’ve got it working (although I didn’t have the permissions trouble, just the missing modules AND the strange “missing SVG icon” issue).