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    I’ve done some research and I am sure that error I’m have is not mentioned anywhere else;

    static QPlatformTheme* QKdeTheme::createKdeTheme(): Unable to determine KDE dirs
    ./ symbol lookup error: ./ undefined symbol: EC_get_builtin_curves, version OPENSSL_1.0.0

    I could see the fedora installation guide from 2017 mentioning downloading some lib and installing it system dirs, however:
    1. I’m not convinced that this should still be valid for 2020
    2. a truly cross platform app should not be failing such error?
    3. my error doesn’t exist other where
    4. I should replace such critical system lib blindly.



    I’m running,  OpenSuse Tumbleweed – please fix the typo in topic name –
    Here is the list openssl packages I’ve installed




    Felgo Team

    Hi Otto,

    Thanks for reaching out to us. We’re very sorry, but the Qt installer we’re using requires libssl1.0.0 in order to run.

    We understand your concerns and we plan to switch to a newer version of the Qt installer soon, to get rid of this outdated dependency.

    The solution we suggest is still installing libssl1.0.0 alongside your system version to let the installer run its course.

    Best regards,

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