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Re: [Health] My GNU Health merely crashes...

From: Luis Falcon
Subject: Re: [Health] My GNU Health merely crashes...
Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2021 11:06:21 +0100

Hi, Kevin!

On Sat, 28 Aug 2021 07:14:14 -0400
Kevin Cole <> wrote:

> Hullo again Luis,
> Pop!_OS 20.04 is "mostly" Ubuntu 20.04, and both are LTS.
> Unfortunately the LTS releases haven't caught up with PySide2. I
> thought about adding a PPA for a more current PySide2, but didn't find
> one that I trusted. So, I went to Debian Bullseye and tried my luck
> there. That wanted to break all sorts of package dependencies. So, I
> thought, "the hell with it. I'll use a pip instead." I'll take one
> last stab at finding a "recommended" PPA for a more current PySide2.
> But I may just give up and wait until April 2022, which is when the
> next LTS release will be available.

Yes, the stability from LTS releases comes with a price..

Probably the best try is to check MyGNUHealth functionality with
openSUSE, Arch, Debian Bullseye or other OS that provide PySide2-5.15
natively. You can then copy the database files in April to
Pop!_OS in April.

Alternatively, a PPA that you trust might do the trick.

Keep us posted and we'll be happy to help you out.

All the best

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