Thanks @modisc, I checked that accounts-qml-module was installed.
I have a little more information regarding this issue:
From a fresh install of Antergos (KDE) + Linux LTS using VirtualBox, settings are visible.
- confirmed: virtualbox-guest-dkms and virtualbox-guest-utils were installed as part of cnchi installation
server glx vendor string: SGI(software rendering)
- glxgears: 24fps
- KDE Settings are VISIBLE
After running VBox Guest services ISO
server glx vendor string: Chromium(hardware rendering)
- glxgears: 150fps
- KDE Settings are NOT VISIBLE
So it’s a bit of a lose/lose situation, I have to choose either hardware graphics support OR visible settings
Most KDE settings window seems to have the content pane blank/empty. This has only occurred in the last 2 weeks
I’ve noticed this issue on existing Antergos VMs and a new VM.
I’m on: plasma-desktop 5.13.2-1
When I run:
kcmshell5 kcm_lookandfeel, I get the following message:
org.kde.kcoreaddons: Error loading plugin "kcm_lookandfeel" "The shared library was not found." Plugin search paths are ("/usr/lib/qt/plugins", "/usr/bin") The environment variable QT_PLUGIN_PATH might be not correctly set
The issue is exactly like these ones:
They recommend installing
sudo apt install qml-module-org-kde-kcmbut that’s not an Arch package
I have the following “qml” packages installed:
- extra/accounts-qml-module 0.7-1 [installed]
- extra/kdeclarative 5.47.0-1 (kf5) [installed]
- extra/plasma-nm 5.13.2-1 (plasma) [installed]
- extra/qt5-declarative 5.11.1-1 (qt qt5) [installed]
- extra/qt5-webchannel 5.11.1-1 (qt qt5) [installed]
- extra/qt5-webkit 5.212.0alpha2-18 (qt qt5) [installed]
USe this work-around, until the Antergos build guy gets back from holidays/vaction, and fixes the build server and a new version of liblastfm-qt5 is published
As pointed out liblastfm-qt5 is the cuplrit (dependency for Clementine -> antergos-kde-meta), this time we will remove the clementine dependency from antergos-kde-meta.
We do this by updating package.xml and replacing antergos-kde-meta with the dependencies (with clementine removed).
run cnchi specifying the package.xml file - and it works!!!
NOTE: to speed things up (if you’ve done multiple install attempts), I recommend copying the pkg cache to a USB or virtual drive, and let cnchi know you have a cache, this means you don’t have to download all packages again
@searedvandal Unfortunately the work-around doesn’t quite work.
Possible work arounds are:
- Somehow get cnchi to use ONLY liblastfm-qt4-1.0.9-3 instead of liblastfm-qt5-1.1.0.r637-3
- Fix .sig file of liblastfm-qt5-1.1.0.r637-3 so that checksum check works