[Newbies] Ubuntu Linux
bert at freudenbergs.de
Mon Aug 13 17:04:36 UTC 2007
After unpacking the tarball, just rename i686-pc-linux-gnu to i686-pc-
linux-gnulibc1 before installing. Apparently Ubuntu uses a non-
canonical system designation, which confuses the installer.
- Bert -
On Aug 13, 2007, at 8:54 , Richard Eng wrote:
> I’m having no luck at all. I’m trying to build from sources but the
> keeps complaining that gcc can’t create executables. I tried doing
> it as
> root but it made no difference.
> This is ridiculous. Everything is fighting against me. I don't want
> to have
> to debug my C development environment. I just want to run Squeak!
> Why is it that everyone else has no problem running Squeak 3.9
> under Feisty
> Fawn??? This is driving me crazy.
> What binaries/libraries are the Squeak VM installation looking for?
>> No, not install from source. As I said, I tried to install
>> ...which is the binary download from Squeak.org. And I’m using 32-
>> bit Linux
> Ok. I see.
>> The Synaptic package is out of date--the latest version it has is
>> 3.8. I
>> need 3.9 (because I have development images of Seaside based on 3.9).
> I guess, this vm works with never images, too
>> This is really goofy. What can possibly be wrong with my fresh
>> Feisty Fawn
> Just do an installation from source. Download the source of the vm
> and follow the instructions in the package to install.
> It works without problems here.
> Good luck
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