I have another bug report with the RPM installer, as well as a question.
First, the bug report: I have a laptop that I recently installed Fedora Silverblue on. As a summary, Silverblue uses an immutable root filesystem and applications are installed either through Flatpak (preferred) or through
toolbox, a command-line tool to create temporary-ish containers that you can install software in using DNF. GUI apps can be installed in
toolbox and will work.
I was able to follow the directions for installing on Fedora, just in a toolbox container, and the package successfully installed. The app itself failed to run, however, due to missing dependencies. These are the packages I had to install, in order of when their "missing shared library" error appeared:
gdm, I was able to load the application.
Now the question: why did I need to install GDM, the Gnome Display Manager? Seems like an odd thing for an application to require. As a note, the specific error was that
libgdm.so.X was missing, so it's not like it was pulled in by
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