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Common errors

This page lists common issues encountered by users.

AppImage crashes

If the linux AppImage binary crashes upon startup, make sure your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable is empty. #579

Compilation error

r_core development package not found

If you installed radare2 and still encounter this error, it could be that your PATH environment variable is set improperly (doesn’t contain /usr/local/bin). That can be, for example, due to Qt Creator.app being copied over to /Applications. To fix this, append :/usr/local/bin to the PATH variable within the Build Environment section in Qt Creator. See the screenshot below should you encounter any problems.

On macOS, you can also try:


Or radare2 libs could be installed to /usr/lib/pkgconfig/, so you can add variable PKG_CONFIG_PATH with value /usr/lib/pkgconfig/

OS X libjpeg error

On macOS, QT5 apps fail to build on QtCreator if you have the libjpeg lib installed with brew. Run this command to work around the issue:

sudo mv /usr/local/lib/libjpeg.dylib /usr/local/lib/libjpeg.dylib.not-found

Keyboard layout issue

Some people report that they have keyboard issues. Usually it is because the Xorg layout is wrong. You can check it with: setxkbmap -query Most of the time using setxkbmap us solves the issue, but it might not be enough and require a more advanced Xorg configuration.