Upon opening both Snaps, I got
libQt5Core.so.5 not found error, even though they exist on kde-frameworks-5-core18 and were correctly mapped inside Snap runtime space.
After digging a little, found this. Applying to both Snaps, they would work. Default (AFAIK) CentOS 7 kernel version is 3.10, and library exposes compatibility with 3.17 .
CentOS 7 is an “old” release - old as for package versions - but also “current” - current as actively maintained and supported until 2024; it’s also widely deployed, despite version 8 being around (and CentOS Stream debate). So, questions are:
- Is this a know issue? If so, are there know ways of fixing?
- In case it is a “new” problem, is it fixable for the kde5 Snap? Know nothing about Qt, maybe it really doesn’t support such an old kernel.