I had this working then...
I had this working with Blender 3.4.1 which I downloaded from blender.org, extracted, moved to /usr/local/ set the permissions to root, installed the master version of the Sverchok addon and pointed the python path to the directory listed in the freecad python console which on this occasion turned out to be /tmp/.mount_FreeCANxa7Pa/usr/lib/
The Freecad version is FreeCAD_0.20.2-2022-12-27-conda-Linux-x86_64-py310.AppImage
That was a month or so ago. I'm running linux mint 21.1. I've run a couple of system updates in between then and now but, when I came back to it I found that, despite providing the updated python path and restarting Blender it just crashes, Blender I mean.
I went through removing the /usr/local/blender-3.5.0-linux-x64/3.5/python/lib/python3.10/site-packages/freecad_path.pth file which got blender running again but still not allowing freecad to be recognised.
So I attempted to completely remove Blender (sudo apt-get remove --autoremove blender) and installed version 3.5 which still uses Python 3.10
Blender still crashes in the same way. It'll run, Freecad will run but adding the path to Freecad python in Sverchok prevents blender from restarting.
Has anyone got a recent set of apps configured with Sverchok and with the ability to interact with Freecad?
Or any suggestions how to troubleshoot this. I'm a Linux newbie and I'm concerned that I might be running around in circles because I'm not doiung somewthing properly with permissions or something :-(