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after searching for a long time i found a great solution by append env "QT_X11_NO_MITSHM=1" to Exec .desktop path Reference
I found an other solution for this issue here: QNativeImage: Unable to attach to shared memory segment on KDE QT application Finally I can fix this issue by disabling MITSHM lib. This can be done by adding following line to ~/.profile file. (ie: system env var) QT_X11_NO_MITSHM=1
I tested the answer from Upgraded to Ubuntu 15.10 Wily and get QNativeImage: Unable to attach shared memory segment with the following command: QT_GRAPHICSSYSTEM=native dolphin and it works! The UI doesn't have the bug anymore. Permanent solution Refer to the solution from above question, edit /etc/environment to add: QT_GRAPHICSSYSTEM=native ...
So the answer is that openjdk has a shared memory leak which is ruining everything.: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openjdk-7/+bug/1511395
Normally, when you install Qt via apt-get install libqt4-gui, the library libxcb.so gets pulled as a dependency. Try to run this command (again?), and if apt-get complains about any anomalies, try to fix them with apt-get -f install. Hopefully it will sort things out.
I figured it out myself, I had dev-qt/qtwayland installed, but I needed the wayland-compositor USE flag enabled in order to get this library. Once I did that I managed to finish compiling Green Island.
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