I don’t see why Mr. Tut would lock the issue, but it still remains and I suspect that I am not the only one. Just saying it should go to other topic does not help either. What other topic, Mr. Tut?
Anyway, Linux Appimage is not working for multiple distributions. By the way, the problem has been going for multiple releases. It starts normally but then if you click on the business, it crashes. I once managed to collect some information and it complains about “thread quashing”. By the way, the same error was reported in Github Linux Appimage repo without any replies by myself and someone else, too.
Typical AMD Ryzen 7 Lenovo Thinkpad laptop. Version 22.1.22 and earlier versions are not working. Used to work without problems a while back. After reinstalling the OS, I tried to reinstall manager.io.
A quick search of the forum for “appimage” would have turned up:
The day I closed the topic you refer to, the one I’ve linked above was about three weeks old. Only one topic returned from the search would have been more recent, but that one was about scroll bars. The relevant topic was so easy to find I didn’t think I needed to furnish the link.
Looking at your profile, I see you joined the forum the same day you made your earlier post. Perhaps you did not read the FAQ, which contain useful ideas about how to get help.
I made a search on “Linux” and I could not find anything relevant. I have been following such user groups since early 1990s. There are always Mr. Tuts. You could just have pointed me to the relevant topic, and I would have thanked you. I am not going to argue with you any further.
There is little anyone can do to help without you sharing clear error information and only mentioning “thread quashing” which is probably even not an actual direct reference as a search on this absolutely returns nothing useful, so maybe the word thread is somewhere and quashing somewhere else but not together?
Did you try in the Fedora VPN to execute the command @lubos provided?
what is the command to use to prevent updates to gtk3? I had it but can’t remember it. Haven’t been able to find it online either. I’m running Fedora 36 (Gnome) and successfully downgraded gtk3. Hopefully that doesn’t screw up my system.
I don’t use Fedora, but Manjaro which is arch-based. In any case, freezing gtk3 version is not a very feasible advise. Gtk3 is a fundamental package for GNOME based distributions and such would need to be updated quite often. It is amazing that Manager is released for 6 years old Linux releases. Maybe Mr Tutu could find a solution.