QtDragon, Linuxcnc 2.9pre, and Debian 12 (bookworm)

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07 Sep 2022 00:04 #251369 by rodw

Last night it was stil on 03092022.

Its a moving target!
I tested the upgrade happilly as per this thread
forum.linuxcnc.org/9-installing-linuxcnc...uxcnc-on-debian-9-13

No sooner than I typed that, it seems a new version was pushed to Sid
linuxcnc_2.9.0~pre0+git20220906.02744cdef6-1

From Debian 12, one simple solutoin would be to follow Johns web site on the thread above and dist-upgrade to Debian 13.
Linuxcnc should also be upgraded and it should include 7i96s support
 
Anyway at least Debian has got a current version of 2.9 but it takes a while to filter down to Debian 12
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09 Sep 2022 20:05 #251568 by Roguish
seems like some of this is getting worked out.
Seb is getting and pushing updates to Debian pretty well now.

Thanks Seb. and all others.
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12 Sep 2022 18:34 - 12 Sep 2022 18:35 #251755 by Roguish
Well, apparently there were some changes in hal_glib.py that had to do with errors and status and stuff.
Since I have customized my hal_glib.py,  those changed caused problems.  
Got is all sorted with a few more diff's and edits.

But now I can't get  qtDesigner to run.
No clue why?   little help please?????
see the image attached, and the log file attached.

thanks
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12 Sep 2022 20:52 #251770 by rodw
I don't know this code but I suspect you have the wrong type defined in class _GStat with your customisations
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12 Sep 2022 21:53 - 12 Sep 2022 22:05 #251776 by Roguish
nah, haven't messed with anything like that.......

just realized that since i updated from debian 10  to 12, I haven't updated the qt5 designer thing.
I will try doing the full reinstall again.  can't hurt...
I hope
 
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13 Sep 2022 01:17 #251780 by rodw
Following an upgrade to bookworm today, Try installing Bookworm (Debian 12) and type
sudo apt install linuxcnc-uspace
sudo apt install linuxcnc-uspace-dev

There is a script to install qtvcp as part of linuxcnc. Try running
/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/qtvcp/designer/install_script
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13 Sep 2022 02:27 #251784 by cmorley
Unfortunately it's not enough to go on.
My feeling is it's a pyqt.property mismatch.
Which would dovetail with the work we were trying to do for newer pyqt libraries.
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13 Sep 2022 15:16 #251813 by Roguish
Chris,
you're probably right.
I ran the install script Rod suggested.   Designer still not running.
Got a bit longer output.  But same errors.
see the attached image file.

I figure you're working on it....have to eventually.........
let me know if I can help testing...
 
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14 Sep 2022 01:03 #251861 by cmorley
I currently have no systems that use the newer pyqt libraries and this problem doesn't show up for me.
Have you done custom edits to the widget too?

unfortunately it may be some time before I set up a new system.

Chris
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14 Sep 2022 02:42 #251867 by rodw
It may be in that script but does
sudo apt install qtbase5-dev
help?
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