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Page: Article - Using Squish on headless systems
Table of Contents Introduction Unix: Squish can be used on "headless" Unix systems with virtual display software such as Xvfb. Without an X server and without one of the aforementioned solutions the following error may be shown when starting your application ...
Other labels: headless, unix, virtual
Page: Error message "... cannot restore segment prot after reloc Permission denied"
Symptom You may get the following error message in a shell when starting Squish IDE in it: APC Denial libsquishinterpreter.so cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied Squishrunner exits with status code 127. Solutions On some ...
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Page: How do I delete Squish's configuration files?
Introduction Sometimes it is useful to make a clean installation of Squish, even to the point of discarding your current configuration. Or, in some situations you may need to delete Squish's configuration files. On Windows, you must delete the folder: %appdata%\froglogic\Squish ...
Other labels: hidden_files, installation, configuration, clean_install, windows
Page: How to build a 32-bit Squish on a 64-bit Linux System (Qt)
build a 32bit Qt using {{gcc}} on a 64bit Linux system, it is necessary to configure Qt with the argument: {{platform linuxg32}} Normally, Squish will build as a 64bit application on a 64bit system, so to force Squish to build as a 32bit application to be compatible with your 32bit ...
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Page: How to feed the entropy pool for random numbers (Unix)
process can hang for a few minutes, when it reads from {{/dev/random}}. Typically this occurs for secure socket connections, and when the kernel cannot get random events from mouse moves or key presses. So, clearly, this can happen ...
Other labels: entropy, pool, random, multiple_test_case, unix, debian, redhat
Page: Squish IDE browser-integration on Linux
Linux systems any Eclipsebased project may fail to display apidocpopups and other htmldocumentation, instead an exception like the following is shown: org.eclipse.swt.SWTException: Failed to execute runnable (org.eclipse.swt.SWTError: XPCOM error 1041039104) at org.eclipse.swt.SWT.error(SWT.java:3884) at org.eclipse.swt.SWT.error(SWT.java ...
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