Om-control-center does not work

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  • _OpenMandriva Lx version:_LX 4.0

  • Desktop environment (KDE, LXQT…): KDE, LXQT
    The om-control-center does not work anymore:

$ cat /usr/bin/om-control-center
cd /usr/share/om-control-center
exec htmlscript -s 870x520 -i /usr/share/icons/openmandriva.svg -t $"OM Control Center"


$ cat /usr/bin/om-welcome
cd /usr/share/oma-welcome/
exec /usr/bin/htmlscript -s 870x520 -i /usr/share/icons/openmandriva.svg -t "OM Welcome"

What is here wrong?

with regards
Ch. Hanisch



$ cd /usr/share/oma-welcome/                                                                      
[opa@VM-OpenMandriva oma-welcome]$ /usr/bin/htmlscript -s 870x520 -i /usr/share/icons/openmandriva.svg -t "OM Welcome" inde>
/usr/bin/htmlscript: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib64/ undefined symbol: _ZN3icu13UnicodeString8moveFromERS0_

$ cd /usr/share/om-control-center
@VM-OpenMandriva om-control-center]$ htmlscript -s 870x520 -i /usr/share/icons/openmandriva.svg -t $"OM Control Center">
htmlscript: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib64/ undefined symbol: _ZN3icu13UnicodeString8moveFromERS0_

What is here wrong?
How can I deinstall ‘oma-welcome’, ‘om-control-center’ and than install it again?

with regards
Ch. Hanisch

@Hanisch are you still using the same system that had cooker repositories enabled at one time?


exec htmlscript blah blah blah ...
is not the proper command to run om-cc.
Start if from Application Menu or from console $ om-control-center. That’s all.


$ om-control-center
htmlscript: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib64/ undefined symbol: _ZN3icu13UnicodeString8moveFromERS0_

with regards
Ch. Hanisch

I think NO.
I have make a new installation for Rock only.
$ sudo dnf install libreoffice-java --enablerepo=cooker-x86_64
or others has cooker repositories enabled at one time.
Is that off -limits?

with regards
Ch. Hanisch

It does not work because you did exactly what we told you not to do [cit.] :slight_smile:

Sorry, I have misunderstand what you told me about using Cooker repositories or others.
I mean it is only in repo-picker, not also in commands like
$ sudo dnf install libreoffice-java --enablerepo=cooker-x86_64
But how can I install packages witch are broken or missing in Rock repositories?
It is possibel to download and install RPM-packages via
$ sudo rpm -i <download-place>
Or is that also off-limits?

What mean the repo-picker in general?

with regards
Ch. Hanisch

Do not mix the repositories means also do not install cooker packages in rock (or any other sort of mix).

You cannot.
File bug reports.

om-repo-picker is to enable/disable restricted unsupported and non-free repositories. But rock in rock, rolling in rolling and cooker in cooker.

In fact common users should not even care of whatever about cooker. Cooker is development environment and may - and will - break any time.
Usually just forget it exists.

Anyway we are OffTopic.
Here control center starts and works properly so I cannot confim the ‘issue’. Unless anyone else will confirm, this topic is invalid.

Ok, but why is Cooker available in om-repo-picker für normal users and
$ sudo dnf install libreoffice-java --enablerepo=cooker-x86_64?
possible for normal ROCK-users?

with regards
Ch. Hanisch