Thank you. Works smoothly on 32bit Linux Mint 12 (and Eee PC). Installation took all 30 seconds
However, the font rendering is a bit weird (different from before, is there a way to change it? Or well, I’ll get used to it I suppose) and I lost my Finnish spellcheking. Nothing serious tough, love your work.
Thanks for asking! Yup, no problems up to this point, and yup, you can’t exactly install it without --force- architecture. The “rename rtfi” workaround works for me in Lucid, so I’m a happier camper at this point.
I’ve tried installing on Ubuntu. Scrivener opened with error notices (the RTF reader failing) and now does not show my text anymore.
I have to admit I’m new to Linux, so I probably did something wrong.
Just used the terminal to install the deb, nothing else. (Scrivener worked fine before this update)
After some time to find out the right libraries i got it running under Debian Wheezy 64 bit & Fluxbox
Finally! But nativ 64Bit support is really needed, because i think i fuck up my clean system ahahaha
Most distros will put 32-bit libraries in a different place than the system ones. You can set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to look where they’re installed. It’s not a good idea to put optional libraries in with system ones…
Also, I’m still having the problem I had with the last beta, which started when I had to get a new harddrive. I’m thinking it’s probably something in my settings/packages rather than Scrivener this time though since a Google search shows other people getting the same error message trying to run other programs.
I ran the above command, and all the libQt entries are listed with the correct location.