Error message: QStandardPaths: wrong ownership. (1000 instead of 0) How do I fix this, I have no idea where the Qt program came form.
How do I fix this, I have no idea where the Qt program came from? It is embedded somewhere in the supporting structure of the Flightgear program.
I looked up the user but I am afraid to change anything without knowing where this is coming from. I am using ubuntu, and try to run the program using "sudo".
Does that help?
Rex du Pont
Hi and welcome to devnet,
Why are you using sudo ?
From the looks of it, the application is warning you that you are trying to access a file belonging to a user by another user.
I am the sole user of the computer, but for me to compile and use the program I have to use sudo. The program is the flightgear flight simulator, and it depends on a whole range of sub programs. I do not know any other way to get it to go except to use sudo.
You shouldn't need to use sudo to build anything.
Are you getting errors because the application is trying to access some devices ?