After a update, firedragon refuses to launch. Launching it from terminal gets me this error
XPCOMGlueLoad error for file /usr/lib/firedragon/libxul.so:
libicui18n.so.68: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Couldn't load XPCOM.
It appears that firedragon can't find a file? I rebooted and reinstalled firedragon, but I have the same error. I am using firedragon-bin from the AUR.
The reason behind this is the recent
icu upgrade, firedragon (and lots of other packages using this library such as
thunderbird-appmenu) needed a rebuild as the shared library changed. Actually I forgot to raise pkgrel when rebuilding - the solution is therefore:
sudo pacman -Syu firedragon
The AUR PKGBUILDs are not up to date as Im currently waiting for a TU to approve pending requests regarding package name changes which were explained in the FireDragon thread
Ok, I loaded my timeshift snapshot just to make sure that the problem REALLY was the update, just in case, and I switched to firedragon-hg because I thought that this could be an AUR thing and that using the repository maintained by the firedragon devs was a better idea. I am reinstalling the update now. Well atleast now I know what to do in case this error comes up again!
Wait nvm, doing
sudo pacman -Syu firedragon-hg DOESN'T fix it, still getting the same error
This one is waiting for a rebuild still
firedragon-hg is working now but
firedragon-bin from the AUR is still not functional
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