Taking the nightly installer for Ubuntu 20.04 from the Jenkins workspace and launching it on Fedora 32 fails while initializing Python:
[2.468] Initializing python service terminate called after throwing an instance of 'mitk::Exception' what(): /home/ubuntu/jenkins-agent/MITK/Nightly/Ubuntu20.04/src/MITK/Modules/Python/autoload/PythonService/mitkPythonService.cpp:68: Python runtime could not be loaded: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpython3.8.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
The reason is a different path for the libpython3.8.so on Fedora. One solution could be to strip the absolute path before the dlopen call, this should cause a search in the usual library locations.
We could also decide this is a known issue, but still take it as a reminder to specify compatibility of Linux binary installers somewhere.