I have spent a lot of time trying to figure this out because I knew it had worked on a previous install so I believed the package to be good.
If one (or more) bit(s) in one of the files in a installed package have changed (by whatever reason), the easiest way to repair them is in konsole with the command
sudo pisi it packagename(s) --reinstall -y
With this command the already present files of the package are replaced by the files of a new download.
The "-y" option is to avoid confirmation questions and "it" stands for install.
To get more help do "pisi help" and "pisi help it" etc....
Altoboo, I'm making notes of this. It is quite helpful.
I like to do everything I can before I bother others for help.
SW, I would have thought the same thing.
I used package manager to uninstall, then rebooted and used package manager to reinstall.
Same results more than once.
It was very helpful for you to do an install and confirm that it did work on your system because I knew it had worked on an earlier install for me but they did do an upgrade in the meanwhile, I think.
The only thing I can think of is that at one point I had other repositories installed besides the "stable" repository.
I honestly cannot say for certain if that were the case at the time of my earlier installs or not.
At some point I decided to remove the other repositories because I am trying hard to keep this install as clean as possible.
I use Minitube quite often and it's just good to have it working again.