[Digikam-users] crashing after uptade
Gian Paolo Sanino
gpsanino at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 16:58:40 BST 2015
I added with Yast this repo:
Then searched for libkexiv2-11 and found an even newer version (v
15.04.3-2.1) than posted by KDE:Applications. This may have been posted
just hours or minutes ago.
So I updated the libkexiv2-11 to this version, having already installed
libexiv2-14 from graphics and YES!!!! Digikam is alive again !!!!
your repo includes also a more recent version of libexiv2-14 but just
with the one I had was enough. So, for all opensuse users, the solution
to get Digikam 4.11 (from KDE:EXTRA) up and running is to include this
NicoK repo and update libkexiv2-11 as well to get libexiv2-14.
Kipi-plugins are also included in this repo as well as in others. Or
simply upgrade Digikam and all these packages from the Nicok repo
because even Digikam is posted in a more recent version (4.11.0-44.7).
Finally back to work.
Thanks a lot Remco.
On 07/07/2015 12:38 PM, Gian Paolo Sanino Vattier wrote:
> Hi Remco,
> The problem is that DK 4.11 (posted in KDE:EXTRA) requieres a version
> of libkexiv2 that was built against libexiv2-13 (exiv 0.24) instead of
> libexiv2-14 (v0.25).
> Libexiv2-14 is available at "Graphics" among other repos included the
> one you proposed.
> But the most recent libkexiv2 (v 15.04.3) that I could find, is
> distributed by KDE:Applications repo, but is still built agains the old
> I posted the case as well at :
> I will check your second repo to see if there is a libkexiv2 built
> against libexiv2-14 rather than libexiv2-13. They should all have been
> posted together in KDE:EXTRA where Digikam 4.11 is being distributed.
> thanks a lot.
> On 07/07/2015 10:18 AM, Remco Viëtor wrote:
>> On Tuesday 07 July 2015 09:59:17 Gian Paolo Sanino Vattier wrote:
>>> Hi Remco,
>>> you are right, I saw them too. The problem is that you can install EXIV2
>>> 0.25 but digikam (in OpenSuSE 13.2_x86-64) does not use it. I did
>>> installed it and DK did no use of it at all.
>>> This is what I have found so far about how DK in opensuse deals with
>> And if you look here:
>> or here for the repository:
>> Of course, there's no guarantee that using that repository isn't going to
>> break something else...
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