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EM Uhill uhillem at gmail.com
Sat Oct 17 18:51:07 UTC 2015

> Eric

> According to Stellarium website, release 0.12.5 back ports some of the
> 0.13.2 fixes and improvements.  Also, the qt-5.5 includes bug was fixed
> upstream and should be released soon.

> https://bugs.launchpad.net/stellarium/+bug/1504595
> http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/0.13/revision/6940

> No need to jump through hoops on SBo, or use a patch from Gentoo as
> opposed to the patch from upstream.  SBo is for the STABLE stock
> Slackware release.  Every once in a while we'll find a glitch or two
> with dependencies as an update for one program breaks another.   I am
> not opposed to a small patch to get it to work, just in silly If-Then in
> the script for fringe use cases.

> Either wait for the next release, or if you are burning to run the
> latest build on Slackware64 14.1, either get the upstream beta test
> release, or downgrade to qt-5.4.x  You can get that slackbuild from SBo
> cgit history.

> stellarium-0.13.3
> qt-5.4.1

> all else stock (Mesa-9.1.7) except for nvidia-352-41. runs fine, 60fps
> (capped to LCD monitor).  You do not need Mesa > 9 to run
> stellarium-0.13.3 you just need a decent GPU, and my new i7-5280k
> probably helps too.

> My regular user's 2 cents.
> -Ed

Interesting that the main line patch didn't come up in a google search and
the gentoo patch did. If I run into problems, I'll then upgrade to 12.5. I
only have an nvida quatro NVS 110M.
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