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No "Line Type" options in Cura 5.0.0 on Linux


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Posted (edited) · No "Line Type" options in Cura 5.0.0 on Linux

I could not find any answers to this, maybe somebody can help.

I am using :

OS: Linux Mint 20.2 x86_64 

Kernel: 5.4.0-110-generic

 

and don't see the "Line Type" options after I sliced a file, under "Preview".

On Windows it works 100%.

I only get " Color Scheme" and "Compatibility mode", none of the "Line Type, Speed, Layer Thickness" or any other options.

Even with old Cura 4.5.0 , it is also missing on this Linux.

 

I got this when I run it from a terminal:

"joe@Desktop:~/Tools/Cura$ ./cura.AppImage
PyInstaller/loader/pyimod03_importers.py:495: DeprecationWarning: the imp module is deprecated in favour of importlib and slated for removal in Python 3.12; see the module's documentation for alternative uses Cyclic dependency detected between "file:///tmp/.mount_cura.AV6FZWM/share/cura/resources/qml/Actions.qml" and "file:///tmp/.mount_cura.AV6FZWM/share/cura/resources/qml/Actions.qml" QQmlEngine::setContextForObject(): Object already has a QQmlContext  "

 

 

If it may help.

 

 

 

How can I fix this?

White screenshots from my Windows install, black 1 from Linux.

 

 

Thank you for any advice.

Joe

 

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    Posted · No "Line Type" options in Cura 5.0.0 on Linux

    It's not an issue due to your OS but to the hardware. 

    Probable origin of the problem :

    It's not the same Computer and on this one the graphics card is not compatible OpenGL

    It's the same computer and in this case the driver of your graphics card is not compatible. In this case you can perhaps solved the problem with a new driver but the chances of solving the problem are often small.

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    Posted · No "Line Type" options in Cura 5.0.0 on Linux
    2 hours ago, Cuq said:

    It's not an issue due to your OS but to the hardware. 

    Probable origin of the problem :

    It's not the same Computer and on this one the graphics card is not compatible OpenGL

    It's the same computer and in this case the driver of your graphics card is not compatible. In this case you can perhaps solved the problem with a new driver but the chances of solving the problem are often small.

    Thank you for the reply.

    I think you are correct. It is same PC, same hardware, but Linux do have issues with my AMD display drivers. I have this with SketchUp also.

    If I need to use this function, I will just use the Windows version.

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