Latte Dock crashes on boot.

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OS: Kubuntu 21.04
Dual Boot with Windows 10.
System:
  • Ryzen7 3700u
  • Radeon Vega 10 Graphics
  • 8GB Ram
  • 512GB SSD
https://github.com/KDE/latte-dock I downloaded Latte Dock Master from here and I'm using it, but when the computer boots up, it doesn't start automatically and a window appears saying Latte has crashed. I have to open it myself every time. I translated the window in the photo for you: "Sorry, the Latte Dock application has unexpectedly quit. You can help us improve the KDE software by reporting this error."
 

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Does it run normally when you launch latte from the terminal, on the autostart screenshot can you click edit and show what you added to launch it?
 
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Does it run normally when you launch latte from the terminal, on the autostart screenshot can you click edit and show what you added to launch it?

I don't know how to start it from terminal.
 

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Click on the icon to the left of Google Chrome and then type in latte, what happens then?
 

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Remove the one you manually downloaded and remove it from startup applications, you then need to install latte-dock from the Kubuntu repositories.
Code:
sudo apt install latte-dock
Then try adding latte to the startup applications again.
 
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The Latte-dock in the kubuntu repositories has always worked well here. Do as f33dm3bist has said and remove the latte-dock you installed and reinstall from repositories. Good luck.
 

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Its worth having a look at Plank if you continue having trouble with Latte. For me, plank is much nicer and integrates better (albeit not perfectly).
 

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Plank does not work well with KDE Latte-dock is KDE/Plasma friendly.
 

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Plank does not work well with KDE Latte-dock is KDE/Plasma friendly.

Well that explains why I had the opposite experience!
 
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