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"Something went wrong during slicing!"

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Posted · "Something went wrong during slicing!"

So I just tried installing Cura 12.7 on my secondary computer running Debian 6. After extracting and running "sudo apt-get install python python-serial python-wxgtk2.8 python-opengl" it starts and everything seems fine, but when I hit "Slice to GCode" I get "Something went wrong during slicing!", and "Show Log" reveals "/home/dojan/3D/linux-Cura-12.07/pypy/bin/pypy: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.0.9.8: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"

What should I do?

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Posted · "Something went wrong during slicing!"

So I fixed the problem by downloading pypy-1.9 for 64-bit Linux from it's source, and swapping the extracted folder for the one named pypy in the extracted Cura folder. Everything seems to work, but will there be unintended consequences because of this?

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Posted · "Something went wrong during slicing!"

No problem in that, it's the way to fix this bug problem. It's a bit of a "packaging software for linux is hard" problem.

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