I've just installed spacefm. When I launch it I get a warning aboutnot having my root editor configured, and then I get a segmentationfault. Nothing ever appears graphically. I believe these issues areunrelated, but I can't be sure. brad@kazuki:~/ > spacefm (spacefm:18027): SpaceFM-WARNING **: 13:01:17.628: No root settingsfound in /gnu/store/6drirn0mil0maz1wjzf5q6hhnsdc3hq0-spacefm-1.0.6/etc/spacefm/ Setting a root editor in Preferences should remove this warning onstartup. Otherwise commands run as root may present a security risk.zsh: segmentation fault spacefm guix version:guix (GNU Guix) 355ba48c463a786149cb6bef8396090c0d6d3498
Just adding some info, I'm using Sway on Wayland. I noticed anotherprogram, pcmanfm-qt was complaining about missing a plugin for waylandsupport, so perhaps spacefm needs to support wayland and doesn'tcurrently.
Toggle quote (5 lines)> Just adding some info, I'm using Sway on Wayland. I noticed another> program, pcmanfm-qt was complaining about missing a plugin for wayland> support, so perhaps spacefm needs to support wayland and doesn't> currently.
I also couldn't get spacefm to launch a while ago when I triedWayland. However, I notice that the developer has a separate"spacefm-wayland" repository with a link to an issue on why normalspacefm doesn't work in Wayland.It says it's a temporary branch so I suppose eventually spacefm willsupport it, but if you want to get it working now you'd probablyhave to build from here instead:https://github.com/IgnorantGuru/spacefm-wayland
I just discovered that the segmentation fault on wayland can be avoided bystarting spacefm with:WAYLAND_DISPLAY= spacefmHopefully this enables you or anyone else to be able to keep using thisgreat file browser while on wayland.