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Installing Cool-Retro-Term on Windows10

First of all, this document is just a recompilation of different resources that already existed on the web previously that I personally tested some ones did work and other not. I liked the idea to make a full guide from start to end so all of you could also enjoy playing with cool-retro-term on windows 10. Personally I installed it on a windows 10 pro version. Fingers crossed!

result

Briefly, we are going to:

1- enable linux subsystem on windows 10 2- clone and compile cool-retro-term git source 3- connect to windows 4- package all execution under a custom made exe file using windows internal tools 5- edit our fancy exe to have its own icon


STEP 1 - Enable Linux Subsystem WLS on Windows 10

The first thing you should do is enabling developer mode. To get there:

  • Press windows key > type "Windows update and settings" > hit Enter

  • Click on "For Developers" tab on the left panel

  • Choose "Developer mode"

  • Restart if prompted

  • Press windows key > type "Power Shell" > right click > click on "Run as Administrator"

  • Copy-paste this on powershell:

    Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linux
  • Install your distro of choice (I've only tested with ubuntu).

    View of Linux distros in the Windows store

After the whole installation finishes, go and press windows + r > type "bash" and hit enter. It will open a native full linux shell. The first time you open bash, the system will prompt a series of config parameters as user and password.


STEP 2 - Getting Cool-Retro-Term

If I remember properly, git was already installed, if not type:

sudo apt-get install git

Next, lets get to work. If you have any problem check the official repository guide

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install qtchooser qt5-default qml-module-qtquick-controls qml-module-qtquick-dialogs qml-module-qtquick-localstorage build-essential qtdeclarative5-dev

git clone --recursive https://github.com/Swordfish90/cool-retro-term.git

cd cool-retro-term
qmake && make
cd ..

sudo mv cool-retro-term /opt/cool-retro-term
sudo ln -s /opt/cool-retro-term/cool-retro-term /usr/sbin/cool-retro-term

If all did go as intended and no dependency failed to install you should have now cool-retro-term properly installed as a direct command.

export DISPLAY=localhost:0 cool-retro-term &


STEP 3 - Connecting seamlessly to Windows 10

The problem right now is that we installed a console version of ubuntu and it does not have a way to display graphical guis so we are going to bypass this to windows using Xming-server. Download it from here.

After installing, execute xming server and we just need the last step, to tell ubuntu to use Xming.

    export DISPLAY=localhost:0.0
    cool-retro-term &

If you are ok like this you could do win+r > bash > type "cool-retro-term" and will open the retro term on windows.

STEP 4 - Packaging

Personally I liked the idea of having all done within a single doubleclick,without console on the background and without having to manually open xming server every time.

We are going to open windows+r>bash create a script somewhere of your preference (I called it "crt.sh" and placed on a scripts folder on my home directory)

sudo nano crt.sh

Fill it with:

#!/bin/bash
export DISPLAY=localhost:0.0
cool-retro-term

This launches our retro term linking to xming window server. Now we are going to call this script from windows. Create a new notepad file, type the following text changing the path where you placed the sh script and save with extension ".bat" i.e.: "crt.bat"

@echo off
xming :0 -clipboard -multiwindow
start /B "" "C:\Windows\System32\bash.exe" -c "sh /home/h3r/scripts/crt.sh"

Now this launches xming silently and runs the terminal but still opens a console on the background. What I did found is, there is a windows application called iexpress that lets you package scripts, unpackage, run install scripts, etc... we are going to use this tool to execute our bat file every time we click on it.

press windows key > type "iexpress" > right click and "run as administrator"

this will pop a wizard to configure our executable. Follow as:

  • Create new Self Extraction Directive file
  • Extract files and run an installation command
  • Type some cool title like "cool-retro-term"
  • No promt
  • Do not display a license
  • Add > include our .bat file

  • THIS IS AN IMPORTANT STEP: on "Install Program" type cmd /c youtbatfilename.bat

  • Hidden

  • No Message

  • browse and type your executable final name , AND check the option "Hide File Extracting Progress Animation from the User"

  • No Restart

  • Choose or not to save SED file, its a configuration file if you don't want to repeat the whole process again in case you did type something wrong. AND THAT'S IT!


STEP 5 - Edit our fancy exe to have its own icon

Well, this is the first and the fastest solution I did found on the internet, it literally taken me about 30 seconds to have the new icons working.

  • Download Resource Hacker & Open. The webpage style really scares but the software is simple and functional.
  • File > Open : choose your recently created executable
  • Open the icon folder, just select one
  • Go to Action > Replace Icon > Open file with new icon : choose a new icon

Additional! Web Tool to convert .png to .ico

Some icon pngs from Xodetaetl


AND THATS ALL!

I personally had to restart to see the new icon. I hope you had no troubles going through this guide. If you like, you can share a beer with me using PayPal ;). Donate

@maximelearning
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maximelearning commented Nov 4, 2019

Having trouble with the qmake && make step. It gives me the following error: qmake: could not find a Qt installation of ''

@jayvaidy
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jayvaidy commented Nov 4, 2019

Everything seems to work, then when i do the

export DISPLAY=localhost:0 cool-retro-term &

it says

-bash: export: 'cool-retro-term' : not a valid identifier

[1]+ Exit 1 export DISPLAY=localhost:0 cool-retro-term

Anyone know why this is happening? I don't appear to be running into issues when installing and downloading the things. I'm pretty new to Linux in general, and only messed a little bit with raspbian which would be the most comparable thing...

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photoangell commented Nov 11, 2019

This only lets me use the Terminal in the Linux System right? I cant access the Files in the Windows installation?

These will be under /mnt
ie C drive will be in /mnt/c

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iyenal commented Nov 11, 2019

Just there's an easier way for all the second part of the packaging part, you can just create a shortcut of the BAT file, and change its logo and its name directly in the shortcut properties ;)

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NyTR0S96 commented Nov 29, 2019

unable to locate package libqt5qml-graphicaleffects. how do i fix that? i coopied the command correctly so idk whats wrong.

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Project-Magenta commented Dec 23, 2019

just delete that part (obsolete package)

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ewen-lbh commented Feb 15, 2020

I personally used the list of packages the official cool-retro-term shows for Ubuntu 18.04 (there's one for other versions too iirc) and it worked

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chipmunkuk1 commented Jun 1, 2020

Everything seemed to install and compile ok, but when running 'cool-retro-term' the following output is generated...

QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to '/tmp/runtime-chipmunk'
QQmlApplicationEngine failed to load component
qrc:/main.qml:137 Type TerminalContainer unavailable
qrc:/TerminalContainer.qml:23 Type PreprocessedTerminal unavailable
qrc:/PreprocessedTerminal.qml:97 Cannot assign to non-existent property "blinkingCursor"

Cannot load QML interface

I'm assuming I did somthing wrong?

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NyTR0S96 commented Jun 2, 2020

any update for the new WSL2 update?

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ifatuus commented Jun 11, 2020

I had an issue near the end not being able to launch cool-retro-term.
I followed what CX-4 done but using Ubuntu 20 .
I found libQt5Core.so.5 located here /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5

So before the export display command run these:

sudo cp /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5 /lib
sudo strip --remove-section=.note.ABI-tag /lib/libQt5Core.so.5

@jayvaidy this is the issue I was getting too. When executing:
export DISPLAY=localhost:0 cool-retro-term &

Then just:
export DISPLAY=localhost:0
cool-retro-term

I also run an apt-get on cool-retro-term

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dasuberchin commented Jun 15, 2020

@chipmunkuk1
I was able to fix this by commenting out line 94 in /home/youruser/cool-retro-term/app/qml/PreprocessedTerminal.qml BEFORE compiling it. Seems to be running fine for me without it.

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shoutingmonkey commented Sep 1, 2020

Everything went fine for me, but when trying to connect with the display host it showed this error.

qt.qpa.xcb: could not connect to display localhost:0.0
qt.qpa.plugin: Could not load the Qt platform plugin "xcb" in "" even though it was found.
This application failed to start because no Qt platform plugin could be initialized. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.

Available platform plugins are: eglfs, linuxfb, minimal, minimalegl, offscreen, vnc, xcb.

Aborted

Please somebody help me.

Edit - It was working fine when I installed it on WLS 1 but when updated to version 2 it started showing this error.

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Resolver210 commented Sep 2, 2020

Everything went fine for me, but when trying to connect with the display host it showed this error.

qt.qpa.xcb: could not connect to display localhost:0.0
qt.qpa.plugin: Could not load the Qt platform plugin "xcb" in "" even though it was found.
This application failed to start because no Qt platform plugin could be initialized. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.
Available platform plugins are: eglfs, linuxfb, minimal, minimalegl, offscreen, vnc, xcb.
Aborted

Please somebody help me.

Edit - It was working fine when I installed it on WLS 1 but when updated to version 2 it started showing this error.

Hello all I am having the same issue reswulting in the output as ;

qt.qpa.xcb: could not connect to display localhost:0
qt.qpa.plugin: Could not load the Qt platform plugin "xcb" in "" even though it was found.
This application failed to start because no Qt platform plugin could be initialized. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.

Available platform plugins are: eglfs, linuxfb, minimal, minimalegl, offscreen, vnc, xcb.

Aborted
;

I am using WLS2 with ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

Any suggestions?

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Resolver210 commented Sep 2, 2020

I tried changing WSL to version 1 because shoutingmonkey remarked that under WSL1 it worked for him, but I get the same error.

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chipmunkuk1 commented Oct 2, 2020

I was able to fix this by commenting out line 94 in /home/youruser/cool-retro-term/app/qml/PreprocessedTerminal.qml BEFORE compiling it. Seems to be running fine for me without it.

@dasuberchin

Turned out to be line 97 for me, that got it going.

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Resolver210 commented Oct 15, 2020

I know this is a basic question, but how do I revert system state or redo the compile of coolretroterm so that I can compile again under different conditions?

Ok running into problem launching last step when running export command

I get this output;

qt.qpa.xcb: X server does not support XInput 2
failed to get the current screen resources
QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to '/tmp/runtime-abrecoil'
QQmlApplicationEngine failed to load component
qrc:/main.qml:137 Type TerminalContainer unavailable
qrc:/TerminalContainer.qml:23 Type PreprocessedTerminal unavailable
qrc:/PreprocessedTerminal.qml:24 module "QMLTermWidget" is not installed

Cannot load QML interface

I tried running both commands mentioned by ifatuus but this does not change the situation.

Running on Windows 10

Any hints?

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EddieEldridge commented Dec 19, 2020

I know this is a basic question, but how do I revert system state or redo the compile of coolretroterm so that I can compile again under different conditions?

Ok running into problem launching last step when running export command

I get this output;

qt.qpa.xcb: X server does not support XInput 2
failed to get the current screen resources
QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to '/tmp/runtime-abrecoil'
QQmlApplicationEngine failed to load component
qrc:/main.qml:137 Type TerminalContainer unavailable
qrc:/TerminalContainer.qml:23 Type PreprocessedTerminal unavailable
qrc:/PreprocessedTerminal.qml:24 module "QMLTermWidget" is not installed

Cannot load QML interface

I tried running both commands mentioned by ifatuus but this does not change the situation.

Running on Windows 10

Any hints?

Did you resolve this? Getting the same error

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Resolver210 commented Dec 24, 2020

I know this is a basic question, but how do I revert system state or redo the compile of coolretroterm so that I can compile again under different conditions?
Ok running into problem launching last step when running export command
I get this output;

qt.qpa.xcb: X server does not support XInput 2
failed to get the current screen resources
QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to '/tmp/runtime-abrecoil'
QQmlApplicationEngine failed to load component
qrc:/main.qml:137 Type TerminalContainer unavailable
qrc:/TerminalContainer.qml:23 Type PreprocessedTerminal unavailable
qrc:/PreprocessedTerminal.qml:24 module "QMLTermWidget" is not installed

Cannot load QML interface

I tried running both commands mentioned by ifatuus but this does not change the situation.
Running on Windows 10
Any hints?

Did you resolve this? Getting the same error

nope I've given up and moved on. If you find a solution let us know.

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uberfrosty commented Jan 2, 2021

I know this is a basic question, but how do I revert system state or redo the compile of coolretroterm so that I can compile again under different conditions?
Ok running into problem launching last step when running export command
I get this output;

qt.qpa.xcb: X server does not support XInput 2
failed to get the current screen resources
QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to '/tmp/runtime-abrecoil'
QQmlApplicationEngine failed to load component
qrc:/main.qml:137 Type TerminalContainer unavailable
qrc:/TerminalContainer.qml:23 Type PreprocessedTerminal unavailable
qrc:/PreprocessedTerminal.qml:24 module "QMLTermWidget" is not installed

Cannot load QML interface

I tried running both commands mentioned by ifatuus but this does not change the situation.
Running on Windows 10
Any hints?

Did you resolve this? Getting the same error

nope I've given up and moved on. If you find a solution let us know.

I was able to resolve this error with the aid of this article https://medium.com/javarevisited/using-wsl-2-with-x-server-linux-on-windows-a372263533c3, with a few tweaks:

Instead of running "Terminator" I run the Cool-Retro-Term AppImage. The command is: DISPLAY=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | grep nameserver | awk '{print $2}'):0 ./Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
I could not get it to work with vcxsrv, but it does work with Xming.

So, these were the steps I followed:

  1. Install Xming https://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/
  2. Start XLaunch, Multiple windows, "Start no client," then check "No Access Control"
  3. Launch linux distro to get a basic command line.
  4. Get a copy of Cool Retro Term and set permissions: wget https://github.com/Swordfish90/cool-retro-term/releases/download/1.1.1/Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
    chmod a+x Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
  5. Run this command: DISPLAY=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | grep nameserver | awk '{print $2}'):0 ./Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage

For me, this gets CRT working in an XServer window. I'm going to try downloading the source and building it to see if this command still works.

Hope this helps!

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Telamonic commented Jan 22, 2021

I know this is a basic question, but how do I revert system state or redo the compile of coolretroterm so that I can compile again under different conditions?
Ok running into problem launching last step when running export command
I get this output;

qt.qpa.xcb: X server does not support XInput 2
failed to get the current screen resources
QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to '/tmp/runtime-abrecoil'
QQmlApplicationEngine failed to load component
qrc:/main.qml:137 Type TerminalContainer unavailable
qrc:/TerminalContainer.qml:23 Type PreprocessedTerminal unavailable
qrc:/PreprocessedTerminal.qml:24 module "QMLTermWidget" is not installed

Cannot load QML interface

I tried running both commands mentioned by ifatuus but this does not change the situation.
Running on Windows 10
Any hints?

Did you resolve this? Getting the same error

nope I've given up and moved on. If you find a solution let us know.

I was able to resolve this error with the aid of this article https://medium.com/javarevisited/using-wsl-2-with-x-server-linux-on-windows-a372263533c3, with a few tweaks:

Instead of running "Terminator" I run the Cool-Retro-Term AppImage. The command is: DISPLAY=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | grep nameserver | awk '{print $2}'):0 ./Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
I could not get it to work with vcxsrv, but it does work with Xming.

So, these were the steps I followed:

  1. Install Xming https://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/
  2. Start XLaunch, Multiple windows, "Start no client," then check "No Access Control"
  3. Launch linux distro to get a basic command line.
  4. Get a copy of Cool Retro Term and set permissions: wget https://github.com/Swordfish90/cool-retro-term/releases/download/1.1.1/Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
    chmod a+x Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
  5. Run this command: DISPLAY=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | grep nameserver | awk '{print $2}'):0 ./Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage

For me, this gets CRT working in an XServer window. I'm going to try downloading the source and building it to see if this command still works.

Hope this helps!

I kept getting a 'Cannot load QML interface' error when I tried your fix.
I've tried adding on the clause: '--appimage-extract-and-run' to the end of the display command, which ran the command, but I encountered an error: 'qxcbconnection: could not connect to display 192.168.1.254.0'

Any idea what could be causing this?

(sorry I'm completely new to this.)
Thanks!

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AlexAegis commented May 16, 2021

I would like to point out that in the future (Or even today if you are willing to join the Insider Dev Channel and update your Windows) WSLg, fresh mesa drivers in your WSL instance, and fresh divers (470+ in the case of nvidia, everything is documented in the WSlg repository)
You can run graphical linux programs on windows with GPU acceleration, including CRT.
Proof: Swordfish90/cool-retro-term#40 (comment)

No separate X server or any kind of convoluted configuration is involved (I did try this method successfully before, but without GPU acceleration it does not worth it.)

image

A quick tip: Don't use the Windows shortcut, for some reason as soon CRT opens it opens another, creating an infinite loop. In this case you can just kill WSL from an elevated powershell instance wsl --terminate <distro>. I start it from a command line like cool-retro-term & (If you know why it does an infinite loop, let me know)

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OrShazam commented Jun 16, 2021

This only lets me use the Terminal in the Linux System right? I cant access the Files in the Windows installation?

Obviously you can, go to /mnt/ ,it got all the files on your computer accessible through the linux system.

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OrShazam commented Jun 16, 2021

Regarding step 2, I get this error " Option -module-qtquick-localstorage: Configuration item specification must have an =."

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CoderCowMoo commented Jun 19, 2021

I would like to point out that in the future (Or even today if you are willing to join the Insider Dev Channel and update your Windows) WSLg, fresh mesa drivers in your WSL instance, and fresh divers (470+ in the case of nvidia, everything is documented in the WSlg repository)
You can run graphical linux programs on windows with GPU acceleration, including CRT.
Proof: Swordfish90/cool-retro-term#40 (comment)

No separate X server or any kind of convoluted configuration is involved (I did try this method successfully before, but without GPU acceleration it does not worth it.)

image

A quick tip: Don't use the Windows shortcut, for some reason as soon CRT opens it opens another, creating an infinite loop. In this case you can just kill WSL from an elevated powershell instance wsl --terminate <distro>. I start it from a command line like cool-retro-term & (If you know why it does an infinite loop, let me know)

So how do I do this? Do I just run the app image? Or is it something like GUI Kali where you use remote desktop connect?

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AlbinSjoegren commented Nov 12, 2021

Small note: qt5-default is no longer part of debian 11 stable so yeah, just sayin...

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AlbinSjoegren commented Nov 12, 2021

Got this error when running the second command in part 3:

albin@DESKTOP-DFU0NBL:~$ cool-retro-term &                                                                                                                              
[1] 997                                                                                                                                                                 
albin@DESKTOP-DFU0NBL:~$ cool-retro-term: error while loading shared libraries: libQt5Core.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory              
^C                                                                                                                                                                     
[1]+  Exit 127                
cool-retro-term                                                                                                                          
albin@DESKTOP-DFU0NBL:~$ 

And I checked so I do have libqt5core5a
https://packages.debian.org/search?suite=jessie&arch=any&mode=exactfilename&searchon=contents&keywords=libQt5Core.so.5.3.2&sort_by=file

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AlexAegis commented Nov 15, 2021

The wslg repo that I linked before (https://github.com/microsoft/wslg) still gives you everything that you need to make it work. But just to update you, WSLg (sadly) is now only available for Windows 11. This just wont work under Windows 10.

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paulera commented May 13, 2022

Got this error when running the second command in part 3:

albin@DESKTOP-DFU0NBL:~$ cool-retro-term &                                                                                                                              
[1] 997                                                                                                                                                                 
albin@DESKTOP-DFU0NBL:~$ cool-retro-term: error while loading shared libraries: libQt5Core.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory              
^C                                                                                                                                                                     
[1]+  Exit 127                
cool-retro-term                                                                                                                          
albin@DESKTOP-DFU0NBL:~$ 

And I checked so I do have libqt5core5a https://packages.debian.org/search?suite=jessie&arch=any&mode=exactfilename&searchon=contents&keywords=libQt5Core.so.5.3.2&sort_by=file

In WSL1, do:
sudo strip --remove-section=.note.ABI-tag /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQt5Core.so.5

Source: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/63627955/cant-load-shared-library-libqt5core-so-5

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obriat commented Jul 6, 2022

Hi,
I had to install libgles2-mesa-dev and qtquickcontrols2-5-dev on debian to build the binary.
And I had to do the following tasks to run it :

sudo apt install qml-module-qtquick-controls2 qml-module-qt-labs-platform qml-module-qmltermwidget
export LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=
export XDG_RUNTIME_DIR=/tmp/xdg_runtime
export RUNLEVEL=3

Start vcxsrv without support for OpenGL indirection

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qrr1995 commented Aug 17, 2022

I know this is a basic question, but how do I revert system state or redo the compile of coolretroterm so that I can compile again under different conditions?
Ok running into problem launching last step when running export command
I get this output;

qt.qpa.xcb: X server does not support XInput 2
failed to get the current screen resources
QStandardPaths: XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set, defaulting to '/tmp/runtime-abrecoil'
QQmlApplicationEngine failed to load component
qrc:/main.qml:137 Type TerminalContainer unavailable
qrc:/TerminalContainer.qml:23 Type PreprocessedTerminal unavailable
qrc:/PreprocessedTerminal.qml:24 module "QMLTermWidget" is not installed

Cannot load QML interface

I tried running both commands mentioned by ifatuus but this does not change the situation.
Running on Windows 10
Any hints?

Did you resolve this? Getting the same error

nope I've given up and moved on. If you find a solution let us know.

I was able to resolve this error with the aid of this article https://medium.com/javarevisited/using-wsl-2-with-x-server-linux-on-windows-a372263533c3, with a few tweaks:

Instead of running "Terminator" I run the Cool-Retro-Term AppImage. The command is: DISPLAY=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | grep nameserver | awk '{print $2}'):0 ./Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage I could not get it to work with vcxsrv, but it does work with Xming.

So, these were the steps I followed:

  1. Install Xming https://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/
  2. Start XLaunch, Multiple windows, "Start no client," then check "No Access Control"
  3. Launch linux distro to get a basic command line.
  4. Get a copy of Cool Retro Term and set permissions: wget https://github.com/Swordfish90/cool-retro-term/releases/download/1.1.1/Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
    chmod a+x Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage
  5. Run this command: DISPLAY=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | grep nameserver | awk '{print $2}'):0 ./Cool-Retro-Term-1.1.1-x86_64.AppImage

For me, this gets CRT working in an XServer window. I'm going to try downloading the source and building it to see if this command still works.

Hope this helps!

This approach works for me, thank you so much!

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