Unfortunately, we don’t have the resources to help with every version of every distro.
If you don’t know how to sort out potential dependency issues, please stick with Ubuntu.

However, we will keep notes on getting Dragonframe to work with different distros as we discover them.

Debian Stretch / AVLinux

If you get crashes when you plug or unplug a camera or USB device, you are hitting a ‘udev’ compatibility issue.
Try this: sudo cp /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libudev.so.1.6.5 /opt/dragonframe4/lib/libudev.so.0

Weird Scaling Issue

If the program seems to be at an odd scale, perhaps with text way too large or too small, you may need to manually override the application scaling settings.
For example, one user was able to remedy by modifying this line in my dragonframe.desktop file

Exec=/opt/dragonframe4/dragonframe4

to this:

Exec=env QT_AUTO_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTOR=2 /opt/dragonframe4/dragonframe4