Works for me.
The gears did turn for a little while, but then it was up and running.
I have Mac OS High Sierra 10.13
I’m running windows 10. I tried doing a full uninstall then reinstall.
INFO 1521407354.70 single_application:23 init()
INFO 1521407354.94 single_application:49 self._outSocket.error() = '2’
INFO 1521407354.94 single_application:60 init(): returning
INFO 1521407360.51 event_request_manager:120 Will connect to events endpoint
INFO 1521407361.65 event_request_manager:43 Got Tribler core error: 2
INFO 1521408285.62 run_tribler:47 Shutting down Tribler
@timmhill Could you try deleting
.Tribler directory and run Tribler again, and let us know if it still gets stuck at the gear window?
Also, do you have a large number of downloads? It could be taking time to do a full state check.
I deleted the .Tribler directory first.
I’ve also left it on the loading screen over night.
Got it working after running regedit and deleting all tribler entries.
I’ve had 7.0.2 up and running since it’s release and it hasn’t crashed on me once.
@timmhill It is interesting to know. We delete all the previous registry entries on reinstall so ideally there shouldn’t be any leftover entries. We’ll investigate it more. Thank you for reporting.
Is there a work around for this problem on MacOS? I’ve been trying all week to get anything v7+ working and can’t get it up and running at all. Deleted the .Tribler directory, reinstalled, tried multiple versions. I’m in China using a VPN, and I know that the GFW here is blocking Tor connections, but the VPN should solve that problem. I have three instances of “tribler” running in Activity Monitor, one shows “not responding”.