In Fedora 30 and 31 hexter-dssi stopped working. At least for me.
No GUI was showing up when started. In the past I had seen this issue
before and it was easily solved by editing something in /etc/hosts.
But this time it seems to be a more serious problem. It probably is a bug
or compatibility-issue with latest gcc libraries. Way beyond my debugging
As a workaround I was now able to compile a working version of hexter from
GIT sources (BTW there is a newer than the Fedora one: version 1.1.0) by
replacing gcc in the Makefiles with gcc34. This requires installing the
compat-gcc-34 package. A temporary solution. Maybe someone can come up
with a better idea.