Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2022 06:20:56 UTC
On Wed, Feb 23, 2022 at 6:58 AM Freddie Cash <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > System was running 12.1 without issues, with a full install of KDE 5. > > Did an upgrade to 12.2. Everything was still working. > > Did a "pkg update/pkg upgrade" to the latest quarterly ... and now no KDE > applications will run. Running anything gives the following error: > > ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libKF5CoreAddons.so.5: Undefined symbol > "_ZNSt19bad_optional_accessD1Ev" > unmangled, this is "std::bad_optional_access::~bad_optional_access()", so it looks like something with the libc++ you have on your system is out of sync with the rest (this from a short search, I don't know much more about that stuff ... ) HTH > Thinking it might be an issue with the quarterly package builds, I > switched pkg to use the latest repo. Did a forced upgrade to make sure > everything was re-installed. Same error. > > Did an upgrade to 13.0. Force upgraded all pkgs again. Same error. > > Manually uninstalled all KDE frameworks pkgs and installed them fresh. > Same error. > > Unfortunately, even though this is running on a ZFS pool, I didn't > snapshot the /usr/local filesystem, so I can revert to a working system. :( > > Haven't tried building from the ports tree directly yet or trying to > figure out poudriere. Hoping to avoid that if possible (been using > strictly the official binary packages for several years now). > > Has anyone else come across this error message when using the latest or > quarterly KDE packages? > > -- > Freddie Cash > email@example.com > -- Michael Schuster http://recursiveramblings.wordpress.com/ recursion, n: see 'recursion'