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Cannot install on Fedora 31 (python3 only distribution)
Miroslav Suchy
Miroslav Suchy
Posted 2019-09-08 04:36
Fedora 31 is first Python3-only distribution and is missing Python 2 completely. And because of Crossover I cannot upgrade from Fedora 30 to Fedora 31.

Problém 1: package crossover-17.1.0-1.i386 requires python < 3.0, but none of the providers can be installed
 - python-unversioned-command-2.7.16-2.fc30.noarch does not belong to a distupgrade repository
 - problem with installed package crossover-17.1.0-1.i386
Aaron Eberlee
Aaron Eberlee
Posted 2019-09-18 09:33
The generic shell installer works. You can install python2 in fedora 31. Make sure you have python2 installed via dnf after you've upgraded to Fedora 31 and then run the shell installer. Hopefully crossover fixes the issue so we can install from rpm. Either by rewriting crossover in python3 (hard) or bundling python2 with the rpm (easy, but please don't make it a systemwide python2)
Doug Laidlaw
Doug Laidlaw
Posted 2019-10-12 20:35
Same fundamental problem: different issue.

I have the latest Crossover installed on Mageia 7.  My distro has pygtk2.0, but it requires python2dist(numpy), which isn't in my distro. License authentication then fails.  I have reported this to Mageia Bugzilla, but the problem really is in Crossover.

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