wmayer wrote: ↑Wed Dec 11, 2019 12:26 pmThe build fails because of this error:There is a conflicting type definition of GLdouble. The OpenGL lib defines it as double but Qt re-defines it as GLfloat.In file included from /usr/include/qt4/QtOpenGL/QGLContext:1,
/usr/include/qt4/QtOpenGL/qgl.h:85:17: error: conflicting declaration 'typedef GLfloat GLdouble'
85 | typedef GLfloat GLdouble;
In file included from /home/tiedemate/freecad-source/src/Gui/InventorAll.h:31,
/usr/include/GL/gl.h:134:17: note: previous declaration as 'typedef double GLdouble'
134 | typedef double GLdouble; /* double precision float */
AFAIK /home/pi/FreeCAD/freecad-build/Mod is the folder which contains all standard WB, I mean built-in workbenches.josegegas wrote: ↑Sat Mar 28, 2020 1:56 am FreeCAD works great on my Rpi, however, I cannot add any new workbench. The addon manager works and it says the workbench has been added, but when I re-starts FreeCAD the new workbench is not there. I have also tried by downloading and copping the workbench into my Mod folder, but did not work either. Actually, I realized I have two Mod folders, one in /home/pi/.FreeCAD/Mod, and one in the folder where I complied FreeCAD using the instructions in the link above. which is /home/pi/FreeCAD/freecad-build/Mod. I have copied the FCGear workbench to both Mod folder, but it does not work.
Looo, am I right? Sorry, I've got the answer, it works: thanks Looo for your PY3 and PY2 brancheslooo wrote: ping
I was just reading about Ubuntu's support of the Raspberry Pi. If FreeCAD works here, it's a win for Ubuntu.
yeap, that's my next step
Installed from repository, Edit:
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sudo apt-get install freecad
So, it's the snap version? Not the deb version? These details are important.