Package Details: libnetctlgui 1.4.9-2

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Package Base: netctl-gui
Description: Qt5 library which interacts with netctl. A part of netctl-gui
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Keywords: gui kde netctl network qt
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: libnetctlgui-qt4
Provides: libnetctlgui-qt4
Submitter: arcanis
Maintainer: arcanis
Last Packager: arcanis
Votes: 49
Popularity: 0.000014
First Submitted: 2014-03-25 07:06 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-11-10 10:24 (UTC)

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arcanis commented on 2017-03-06 08:18 (UTC)

was offline for several hours due to some infrastructure work, should be ok now already. If it is not, could you please show me mtr/curl response?

sl1pkn07 commented on 2017-03-05 14:03 (UTC)

the url homepage is down? greetings

CravateRouge commented on 2017-02-10 08:26 (UTC)

All my tabs are empty, I can't see my profiles (the path is set correctly) and it says netctl-auto is not running but I've a netctl-auto@interface.service running. I replaced kdesu by lxsu, even in debug mode I have no error. netctlgui-helper print "The helper is running with EUID 1000. Some functions may not be available." but I don't think it's useful.

arcanis commented on 2016-12-21 10:37 (UTC)

hmmm. Could you please post output of the following commands: pacman -Qi qt5-base gcc libc++ find /usr/include -name cstddef it looks like you are using clang as compiler so you will need to have libc++ installed. (It is not mentioned in any dep list because "default" compiler is still gcc, which is in base-devel group and then it should not be specified.)

loorke commented on 2016-12-20 13:18 (UTC)

Build process fails. Error messages:

arcanis commented on 2016-09-21 17:15 (UTC)

it uses kdesu as default frontend to sudo. You can configure it by setting the following option in the .config/netctl-gui.conf: [sudo] SUDO_PATH=/usr/bin/whatever installing and enabling helper should solve this problem as well

voidptr commented on 2016-09-21 16:16 (UTC)

The configuration option does stop the initial error, but then it pops up "Could not run helper". Running which true returns: $ which true /usr/bin/netctl /usr/bin/netctl-auto /usr/bin/kdesu /usr/bin/true /usr/bin/netctl /usr/bin/netctl-auto which: no kdesu in (/usr/bin) Oddly, Arch claims kdesu is properly installed. I run Mate as my WM and don't have KDE installed, and I didn't think I needed to. The kdesu package doesn't seem to require KDE being present... but maybe it does? The netctl-gui documentation is very light. Does netctl-gui require kdesu?

arcanis commented on 2016-09-12 09:04 (UTC)

you can use this hint: .config/netctl-gui.conf [Common] SKIPCOMPONENTS=true I've just build the app from source and removed my configuration (to be sure that it will run with default settings) and could not reproduce this behaviour. If you run application from command line as netctl-gui -d you will see something like following: [2016-09-12T12:02:06.082Z][checkExternalApps] [2016-09-12T12:02:06.082Z][checkExternalApps] : Applications "netctl" [2016-09-12T12:02:06.084Z][checkExternalApps] : Run cmd "which true /usr/bin/netctl /usr/bin/netctl-auto /usr/bin/kdesu" [2016-09-12T12:02:06.106Z][checkExternalApps] : Cmd returns 0 Try to run this cmd yourself and see what it says.

voidptr commented on 2016-09-11 13:41 (UTC)

Doesn't work. I get "Error! Could not find components", and when you view details: "netctl, netctl-auto, kdesu". All of these are installed in the appropriate locations. I even went so far as to add the actual paths in ~/.config/netctl-gui.conf ( /usr/bin/netctl etc.), but then it just says it can't find them in the full path. I use netctl all the time, and it does work. So, bug? Up-to-date Arch, never worked from initial installation.

sl1pkn07 commented on 2016-01-12 23:34 (UTC)

yes. but I get xembedsniproxy segfault when reactive netctl-gui on systray and logout/login before rebuild netctl-gui(all packages). after rebuild, the segfault is gone