I start a portable software via terminal script. Now I tried to arrange this through the support so that I could start the software via an icon or similar.
I got the suggestion to make an add-on according to: from (without) ./software --no-sandbox, to (with) ./software --no-sandbox -extension GLX
It didn’t work, so the next suggestion was, / Full path / software --no-sandbox -extension GLX
It didn’t work either, so the next suggestion was as follows: Try installing all the GUI packages like X11, when support thought this was missing in Clear Linux.
cd ~ / Downloads
cd software \ Portable /
chmod + x ./software --no-sandbox
So it works to open the portable software. But the purpose was to arrange an icon or similar to start it in a simpler way. Now the support did not mention what would be achieved with this, (and I did not ask for it), but maybe an opportunity would be created to add it to favorites?
So is it that subcommand? that is missing in ClearLinux OS, “extension (GLX)”?
So if, do I need to install GUI packages? (and if so, how?)
Should I do, or avoid it?
How do I solve this?
I first got the following error message as well: Fontconfig error: Cannot load default config file
[4708: 0304 / 144736.546858: ERROR: buffer_manager.cc (488)] [.DisplayCompositor] GL ERROR: GL_INVALID_OPERATION: glBufferData "
The support’s response to this was as follows:
Seems to be a hardware acceleration error, try this:
Which I haven’t looked at yet. Which is certainly not something I either understand or work out?