Running Qt/QML applications on latest Snappy
kevin.gunn at canonical.com
Mon Oct 12 16:24:14 UTC 2015
Hey Darren - just wanted to acknowledge your mail.
I see you're on the mir-devel list as well and i'll answer you there.
On Sun, Oct 11, 2015 at 12:03 PM, Darren Landoll <darren.landoll at gmail.com>
> I also tried with one of the mir client demos and get the same error...
> (PC) $ ./deb2snap -d 15.04 --mir mir_demo_client_display_config
> (Snappy) $ mir-demos.mir-demo-client-display-config
> [1444582703.475395] Loader: Loading modules from:
> [1444582703.480291] Loader: Loading module:
> Current active output is 1024x768 +0+0
> Server supports 2 of 6 surface pixel formats. Using format: 4
> terminate called after throwing an instance of
> what(): Unexpectedly received fds
> On Sat, Oct 10, 2015 at 2:56 PM, Darren Landoll <darren.landoll at gmail.com>
>> I've been working with the latest versions of Snappy core and Mir to try
>> getting a Qt/QML application running successfully. Not sure if this list or
>> mir-devel is the best place for this topic, so starting here first.
>> I am building the amd64 oem and mir snaps and then running
>> ubuntu-device-flash to create either a stable or edge based image for 15.04
>> (in developer mode).
>> For initial testing I am using deb2snap to build a snap for the qt5
>> declarative clocks example, based on this guide:
>> The target device is a x86_64 based touchscreen and I am currently
>> booting my test images from a USB stick. The machine boots up successfully
>> and displays the empty/default mir server (w/ mouse cursor). When I install
>> and try to run the QML clocks example, I get the error shown below. Any
>> ideas or feedback would be appreciated.
>> $ qtdeclarative5-examples-amd64.clocks
>> Loading module: 'libubuntu_application_api_desktop_mirclient.so.2.9.0'
>> [1444485571.860493] Loader: Loading modules from:
>> [1444485571.861038] Loader: Loading module:
>> Fontconfig error: Cannot load default config file
>> UbuntuWindow - regular geometry
>> terminate called after throwing an instance of
>> what(): Unexpectedly received fds
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