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Generating Linux code projects fails at 80%

I managed to get this kind of working earlier, but a few days later I no longer am able to generate code projects successfully. (Think a system restore broke something) So, I went through a full reinstall of Unreal.

I followed the normal steps to build the project initially, and then added the KDevelopCodeAccessor to the Linux.ini file, and recompiled UE4Editor. I'm able to get a Blueprint project up, and running and it show the source code editor as KDevelop 4.x (I have 4.7.3 installed)

Distribution: Arch

C/C++ compiler: Clang 3.5

Kernal: 4.5.4-ck

This is the error I receive when the editor crashes: process:30133): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library. Using the fallback 'C' locale. /home/zerophase/.gtkrc-2.0:5: error: unexpected character '*', expected string constant

Could I have the wrong permissions setup? Any other possible reasons the project won't generate?

Product Version: UE 4.11
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asked May 12 '16 at 09:38 PM in Linux

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