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[Bug] Insomnia fails to start on Fedora 29 #1347

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theomessin opened this Issue Jan 23, 2019 · 5 comments

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theomessin commented Jan 23, 2019

  • Insomnia Version: 6.3.2
  • Operating System: Fedora 29 (4.20.3-200.fc29.x86_64)

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Insomnia completely fails to start. Tried reinstalling, updating OS, etc. Can't really help with reproducing this. Hoping to get some pointers on how to go about fixing this though. Running insomnia & will start a process which will instantly exit:

% insomnia &                                                                  ~
[1] 8807
%                                                                             ~
[1]  + 8807 exit 1     insomnia
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gschier commented Jan 29, 2019

Any errors if you run it in the foreground? Does Insomnia show anything?

Did you use the Snap image or the AppImage package?

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theomessin commented Jan 29, 2019

No visible errors when running in the foreground, doesn't start at all. I'm using the Snap image.
Edit: didn't know you had an AppImage, tried it and it works fine.

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theomessin commented Feb 5, 2019

Closing this cause it's hogging my dashboard. Still don't know why the Snap didn't work. Just use the AppImage.

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dnut commented Feb 5, 2019

I am experiencing the same problem with the snap image. I don't understand why this issue was closed. What does your dashboard have to do with this being a problem?

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