Re: Re: shotcut compilation fails with "error: ‘hasPro’ was not declared in this scope"

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On Sun, Sep 24, 2023 at 1:36 PM Sam Varshavchik <mrsam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Martin Gansser writes:
> > I have copied the virtual machine from a Windows computer to my Fedora 38
> > computer and shotcut can no longer be compiled here, but it can on the
> > Windows computer.
> > Do I have to repair the file system on the Linux computer or do anything
> > else?
> You snipped out the relevant details of the filesystem being corrupted due
> to a likely RAM error.
> The bad RAM could be on either machine. If the bad RAM was on your Windows
> computer, you copied it off unstable hardware, and your entire VM's
> integrity has been compromised in some unknown way.
> You might try making another copy of the VM, and if you don't end up with
> identical corruption it likely indicates that the bad RAM  corrupted the
> data in transit, and the original VM image is /probably/ ok. However until
> you isolate and replace the faulty RAM you can't really do anything with
> some guarantee of stability. Only after identifying and replacing the faulty
> RAM you can then make another copy of the VM with some level of confidence.

Other than that, I'm not sure why this needs to be built inside a
Fedora VM on a Fedora host.
I would first try building with mock on the Fedora host *outside* the VM.

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