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15.06 on Ubuntu Linux needs qml-module

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I'm new to Cura and am trying to install 15.06 in Ubuntu 14.04 (intel 64bit).

I get some unresolved dependencies: qml-module-qtquick2, qml-module-qtquick-layouts, (I think there were a couple more, but the scrollback got cut off).

These aren't in Ubuntu 14.04, where do I find these?

What are they?

Thanks,

Dan

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Hi Dan,

this files are already in the Ubuntu repositories but in an older version.

The missing dependencies refer to a newer version of these files.

The newer versions are available since Ubuntu 14.10 - if you're not forced to stay on the 14.04 LTS the easiest way would be a dist-upgrade.

If you forced to stay on the LTS version (like me) I published a "bit of dirty" hack some weeks ago. For me it works fine, but PLEASE use it on your own risk 8)

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