I use anaconda 1.8 on kubuntu alpha. It uses qt 4.8.5. I can see it
find $ANACONDA/lib -name '*.4.8.5'
My system qt libs is 4.8.6. I can see it with
find /usr/lib -name "*so.4.8.6"
If Your system qt version is 4.8.5, and anaconda is 4.8.1 -- maybe You
can just update anaconda? Try to run
conda update conda
conda update anaconda
It seems that the problem is spyder picking up Your system libraries. I
tried to sheild the libs using evnironment variables
LD_LIBRARY_PATH and various qt-related. But nothing works.
However simple copying system libs to
$ANACONDA/lib solves the
$ANACONDA/lib and move all
to another dir. Then go to
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu (are You
using 64 bit?) and copy all
$ANACONDA/lib. That's it: run
The qtlibs are usually stored as files and links: for example if there's
libQtGui.so.4.8.6 file then there's also a symbolic link
libQtGui.so.4.8. You have to copy/move links too.
There's a suggestion to
I tried to set it to nothing
export QT_PLUGIN_PATH=, but
didn't try to