I see that the problem is more complex than I could imagine.
For the time being, I'll be happy with my workaround: I have
built a virtual machine with lubuntu 16.04 and nothing else than
It works and (hopefully!) always will... ;)
Il 12/08/2018 16:17, Tim Daly ha
Now that I got the
termite rant out of the
apt-get install gcc-4.8
This installs a working gcc
compiler (before the termites
Beware that this changes gcc to
version 4.8 which is NOT what you
I am going to fix the 18.04 version but
it will take a while.
The gcc libraries appear to have been
"reorganized" by some termite.
I have to reverse-engineer that "fix" and
figure out how to write new,
You can, as an alternative, do:
docker pull daly/axiom
docker run -i -t daly/axiom axiom
<rant> Ubuntu used to be a developer platform.
However, 18.04 does
not even include 'make' or 'xterm' by default. Some
termite has taken
over the teams at Ubuntu, likely trying to turn it into a
platform. Stewart Feldman introduced make in 1976. Everybody
grandmother uses it. Now it is no longer standard in a
Termites... the worst bug in software </rant>