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Build failed on Fedora

it’s expected right now. i’m working on making the spec file compatible with openSUSE

You should probably create a new package in the project that runs off of git, and use this one package just for stable releases (now that 5.0 has been officially released)

the package is already using stable releases

Thanks for packaging it up. Wondering if you could also do a build for ppc64le? (especially for the Fedora 37)

upstream doesn’t support ppc64le, sadly

Oh I see. What a pity that they don’t want to support ppc64le.

I can compile prismlauncher successfully locally and COPR also has ppc64le worker. Wondering if you could make an exception for me?

@tle hey sorry for the wait, i hadn’t figured out how to get my forum level up and i’ve been sick for the last few days :face_with_diagonal_mouth:

i talked to one of the maintainers and currently, the meta server doesn’t support any native jars for ppc64le - so i don’t think it would be beneficial to build for it at the time being. i looked into it a little further as well, and key dependencies such as LWJGL are similar in not distributing ppc64le upstream (see the releases here). the only way this architecture could be supported would be for someone to host their own meta server and provide the jars there. since ppc64le isn’t officially supported though, there isn’t a guarantee for compatibility in future versions, so even that work might not be worthwhile

sorry again!

Health and family first, you don’t have to apologise for that. The community have to thank you instead.

LWJGL indeed does not support ppc64le out-of-the-box and requires few patches. The project’s seems okay to support ppc64le so I am working on it to get ppc64le in. Perhaps then we could revisit this topic.

Thanks much

yeah make sure you keep this updated! there’s been some requests in the community’s discord server for this as well, so if upstream LWJGL supports it, maybe the maintainers will be willing to distribute their natives :grinning:

The regular prismlauncher failed to run at least for me out of the box (didnt check the others)

prismlauncher: error while loading shared libraries: libQt6Core5Compat.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

installing qt6-qt5compat fixed this for me and now it runs. maybe this package should require that as a dependency? it could just be me my setup though I don’t know if this is required

hi! sorry for the late response, i hadn’t upgraded to f38 yet so i wasn’t able to test this. after doing so though, i wasn’t able to reproduce this and i’m not really sure how it happened. qt6-qt5compat is a dependency of the base package and dnf repoquery can confirm this

$ dnf repoquery --requires prismlauncher | grep "libQt6Core5Compat.so.6"
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a reinstall should hopefully fix this