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Ich habe Probleme, Cura bei mir ins Laufen zu bringen. Ich verwende Gentoo Linux in der 64 Bit Version mit eine GeFoce GTX 1050 Grafikkarte. Die Installation war kein Problem, doch nach dem Splash-Screen stürzt das Programm mit einem Segfault ab. Ist hier jemand, der mir da vielleicht weiterhelfen kann, oder bin ich hier falsch?

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nutze Cura selbst nicht unter Linux, aber es gibt ja Möglichkeiten der Sache auf den Grund zu gehen.

Prüfe erstmal die cura.log. Die müsste irgendwo bei dir im home Verz. sein. Ansonsten /var/log/messages checken, dmesg eingeben und falls der XServer irgendwelche Logs schreibt, dann diese auch anschauen. Einfach nach "Cura" greppen und hoffentlich erscheint etwas.

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