[GUIDE] Ubuntu repository - maintained by djcj
#41
Checked the source code.
Hybrid doesn't abort when it doesn't fine a graphic card, it just reports:
No card found that's supported by nvenc, the CUDA encoding library. -> Removing CUDA based encoding support. Card name was compared against: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus
and opens up fine. (Tested on Windows, Mac, and multiple Ubuntu, Kubuntu and an Arch Linux VM)

Got it,.. -> https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-44147
It's a bug in Qt which has been fixed in Qt 5.4.1 (Hybrid for Linux currently is build with 5.2.1 to stay compatible with some older Debian versions) and only happens if you use VNC.
So this will not be fixed until I switch to a newer Qt version.

Cu Selur
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#42
I've found a patch here but I'm not sure how to run it.

https://codereview.qt-project.org/#/c/104668/
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#43
That's the patch they integrated to fix the issue, that is integrated into Qt 5.4.1, unless Hybrid isn't compiled against a patched version (or simple any version 5.4.1+) this doesn't help.

Cu Selur
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#44
Its a shame it doesn't work. I set this vps up to use Hybrid. Thanks for your help as always
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#45
Had some time so I compiled a version with Qt 5.5.1 which should fix the issue,..

Cu Selur
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#46
I move this to ~/.hybrid-bin/?
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#47
You probably have to move it there + rename it and I'm not sure whether djcjs starter might deleted and replace the binary,... Smile
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#48
It does exactly that after renaming, deletes and replaces
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#49
Yes, you would probably habe to call the binary directly and not the link djcj provides,..
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#50
How do I "call the binary"?
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