Compilation without restrictions (except the include path): gcc -I /usr/include/qt4/ -O3 -fPIC --shared baifaao.cpp -o baifaao.so Just in case it could shade some light, here is an ldd of my running Det commented on 2016-09-01 03:08 Fixed build. Det commented on 2014-02-25 09:05 I sort of wish that. realzippy has it right. get redirected here
However I had to preload libpng12 or libpng15, because I had strange messages about "libpng error: bad parameters to zlib" Hope it will help... Run md5sum on it and it will be different to the md5 in the PKGBUILD fileThis will give you the real one$ md5sum license.htmlThen you need to edit the PKGBUILD (again, It could be with the "[ "$_bin32" != '1' ]" statements or just Aura trying to fetch the first list of dependencies it can find. grugnog commented on 2015-02-02 22:33 There isn't a Linux version of Earth Pro, but the windows version seems to work just fine (at least, I couldn't find anything not working). http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/earth/wVlUMB6ivq0
Have you mentioned this to fosskers? Whatever 10-20% rendering improvements it would bring, they are nullified by the 5 first times it crashes on startup. Det commented on 2014-05-07 17:19 I know it sucks. valentin.brasov commented on 2014-10-15 06:01 Version 7 of google-earth always crashed for me on my arch 64bit, no matter if I enabled any of the 2 flags.
Det commented on 2016-02-24 18:38 I got right on that. Mr Green wrote:Then as part of Arch community why do you not update the pkgbuild?Flattered by your optimism, matey. So, yes, that makes me a hypocrite, but no, it doesn't make me change my habits. Det commented on 2015-02-11 02:32 @grugnog, umm, no, "starting with the version 4 beta Google Earth functions under Linux, as a native port using the Qt toolkit." (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Earth#Linux_version), and yes, the
yep, "pablokal"'s stillsup site is a handy reference indeed. Does anyone have success with this version on a 64 bits archlinux? In saying that, google-earth-deb is in AUR and not marked as out-of-date. Yeah.
Adv Reply August 15th, 2010 #3 howefield View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ultimate Coffee Grinder Join Date Oct 2006 Location Ayrshire. Major issue with screen font presentation in menus and dialogue boxes. The maintainer has been notified, what's the pointof sending an email here?Arch Linux might be the only purpose in life for you, but it isn't forme, so I have overlooked it, What steps will reproduce the problem? 1i dont what exactly happned....i wanted install google earth from the OS but insted it redirected me to this a page saying all this :-
Det commented on 2014-02-23 17:58 I tried that, but even without "-O3" Google Earth just keeps freezing. Passed Google-Terms-of-Service.html ... Many thanks. Det commented on 2013-10-25 18:18 1) It was downgraded by Google. 2) Version control?
Det commented on 2014-02-24 16:29 From my point of view it's strange that for you it _does_ work. http://blogeurope.net/google-earth/google-earth-linux-ubuntu-error.php Even though his postcontained no formal arguments, no single post can be a discussion initself.Fair enough but I would not call Ralf a first-timer.... Debian related suggestions. If license.html is the 3rd source file in the array, then the 3rd md5sum checksum should correspond to it.
You can ignore it. wrongmetal commented on 2016-04-01 08:03 Get it to work with Panoramio pictures working and without crashing. Thanks again to all. useful reference Anyway, could you try it out by first removing the "[ "$_bin32" != '1' ]" checks with the "--hotedit" flag?
I know that version 6 works, but I am not keen to go back to that. In any case, this worked for me to install, using the default wine package (and a clean prefix): wget http://dl.google.com/earth/client/advanced/current/GoogleEarthProWin.exe WINEARCH=win32 wine GoogleEarthProWin.exe Det commented on 2015-01-31 12:23 That only seems My system is fully up to date.
Yes, I was just trying to install Google Earth myself and was getting MD5 checksum errors as well. keepitsimpleengr commented on 2014-02-25 22:14 BTW - thanks to all who labor to allow others to use google-earth..! Alexander Rødseth 2013-07-18 22:26:57 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi,Post by Oon-Ee NgFair enough but I would not call Ralf a first-timer.... Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Pacman/Packages »[SOLVED]: Google-Earth fails installation ?
Try another method, there are a couple on this link, one using Medibuntu and the other using googleearth-package to make a deb which you can then install. Having an Issue With Posting ? Sooner or later somebody must come up with a solution, surely? ------inject arch! /reject M$ Offline #5 2011-11-22 17:50:16 oliver Administrator Registered: 2010-11-04 Posts: 2,199 Re: [SOLVED]: Google-Earth fails installation ? this page Added to the PKGBUILD.
Originally Posted by blackdalek I downloaded the GoogleEarthLinux.bin file twice from google.com thinking it might have been a case of corrupted download, but I still get the same error - $ Skipped Google-Earth-Additional-Terms-of-Service.html ... skrat commented on 2014-02-02 10:17 Same here. qKUqm3wtY4 commented on 2015-02-06 17:28 @grugnog There is a Linux version of Google Earth Pro.
pmros commented on 2016-03-02 09:09 Could you make a package for 64 bit version? success. mabier commented on 2014-12-09 03:40 Can not install either google-earth 6 or google-earth 7, terminal output: "-> Moving stuff in place ==> ERROR: A failure occurred in package(). Then try this.
Another crash happened while handling crash!