Raphaël Enrici wrote:
> Vasilev Max wrote:
>> Ian Barwick wrote:
>>> This is the problem described here:
>>> Removing the package named "gtk-qt-engine" or similar solved the
>>> problem for me.
>> If i removed package gtk-qt-engine then pgadmin start correctly.
>> Thank you.
>> But, that's not good, because other software work with this package
> did you read the content of the page referenced  by Ian ? If not,
> take a look at it, you'll see that I had a bug  opened at debian.org
> which came to the conclusion it was not a pgAdmin bug but a
> gtk-qt-engine one... pgAdmin is *not* the only app crashing with this
> package. For Debian testing distribution it has been solved by a new
> upstream release... For Suse, I think your best bet is to build the new
> upstream yourself or maybe to file a bugreport for it. Note that you may
> also workaround this crash by changing your preferences for gtk-qt-engine.
> @Dave,Andreas: www.pgadmin.org is down from here, maybe it would be
> worth adding this crash condition to the known bug which are not
> pgAdmin's ones on the site.
I updated the faq accordingly.
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