What version of Ubuntu does LiveCode (9.6.6) support?
benr_mc at cogapp.com
Thu Mar 10 13:18:02 EST 2022
To record an answer to my own question, for completeness: it appears that
standalones built from LiveCode 9.6.6, at least, seems to work fine on Ubuntu
18.04.2 LTS, at least. You may need to install some additional libraries.
On 10/03/2022 15:29, Ben Rubinstein via use-livecode wrote:
> Just read the release notes (for 9.6.6, but also for 10.0.0.dp2) which say
>> LiveCode supports the following Linux distributions, on 32-bit or 64-bit
>> Intel/AMD or compatible processors:
>> Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
>> Fedora 23 & 24
>> Debian 7 (Wheezy) and 8 (Jessie) [server] CentOS 7 [server]
> Is that correct - i.e. Ubuntu 18 is NOT supported? Might this be my problem
> with "libexpat.so.1"?
> (I question it only because the 9.6.6 version of the User Guide says
>> The minimal requirements for LiveCode to run on Linux are:
>> 32-bit installation, or a 64-bit linux distribution that has a 32-bit
>> compatibility layer
>> 2.4.x or later kernel
> which is clearly out of date.)
> Is anyone running LiveCode, or at least standalones built from LiveCode, on
> Ubuntu 18? Or is that my problem?
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