gtksourceview2 import error: solved

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16 Mar 2020 16:10 - 16 Mar 2020 19:04 #160438 by CNCFred
dear all, now I get another error...






it seems it can't import gkt2sourceview2 module??

what do I need to install to get the module?

The other image with the 7i96error is solved
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16 Mar 2020 20:31 #160470 by CNCFred
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somebody has a package link for gtksourceview2 ?

thank you
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16 Mar 2020 20:55 #160473 by BeagleBrainz
Why did you choose to go with Buster and not the stretch ISO provided by the Linuxcnc guys ?

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16 Mar 2020 21:02 #160474 by CNCFred
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was the easiest for me to setup a clean system! and since I followed

gnipsel.com/linuxcnc/uspace/debian10-emc.html

compiled it, linuxcnc was working ok, soooo

everything worked ok, until plasmac, ...

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16 Mar 2020 21:17 #160476 by CNCFred

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16 Mar 2020 21:20 #160477 by BeagleBrainz
I would have thought installing from a pre-made image would have been easier, no compiling no chasing up missing bits.

Have you tried searching debian for the missing package ?
You have to remember that sometimes distros remove packages from one version to the next and it can break things.

Found this using google by searching "linuxcnc gtksourceview2 debian buster"
forum.linuxcnc.org/9-installing-linuxcnc...97-2-8-debian-buster

There's a few others as well, can't vouch if they work or not as I've been working on Mint install images.
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17 Mar 2020 00:11 #160491 by phillc54

was the easiest for me to setup a clean system! and since I followed

gnipsel.com/linuxcnc/uspace/debian10-emc.html

compiled it, linuxcnc was working ok, soooo

everything worked ok, until plasmac, ...


I see part of those instructions:
debian/control.bottom.in
remove python-gtksourceview2, on line 14
remove python-vte

debian/control
remove python-gtksourceview2, on line 68
remove python-vte
Unfortunately it is not explained that it breaks some GUIs.

You would be better of using one of Robs images forum.linuxcnc.org/9-installing-linuxcnc...with-linuxcnc#157411
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17 Mar 2020 07:13 #160512 by CNCFred
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If I can't fix it....
I could use debian 9?

Plan Bb

I try Rob's...

Thank you!

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17 Mar 2020 08:18 - 17 Mar 2020 08:20 #160517 by CNCFred
I add the file to solve the problem for debian 10 :




@phillc54 : maybe you can add the link to the gtksourcview2 to your how to page ....just in case
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17 Mar 2020 08:20 #160518 by phillc54
Glad you got it going.
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