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 Post subject: UBUNTU 7.10 and REALbasic 2k7r4
PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2007 7:05 am 
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From http://www.ubuntu.com:

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The latest releases of Ubuntu for desktop and server are available today for download. This release brings together the best of free and open source software delivered on a stable, easy to use and learn platform.
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Any change with REALbasic ?
In other words, is REAlbasic still working fine with Ubuntu 7.10 ?


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I've used 2007R4 professional on ubuntu 7.10.

However, if I want to do remote debugging to a windows client, I have to use 2007R3, as 2007R4 has broken that feature.

There is a bug report filed, but they are ignoring it.


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wademaxfield wrote:
I've used 2007R4 professional on ubuntu 7.10.

However, if I want to do remote debugging to a windows client, I have to use 2007R3, as 2007R4 has broken that feature.

There is a bug report filed, but they are ignoring it.


Maybe for r5?


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RB requires ubuntu 6.04 and up, iirc. Thus, because 7.10 is newer, it should still work. 07r4 added Ubuntu in general to the support list because it is so popular. Until then, it wasn't supported, but people ran it anyway.

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jdiwnab wrote:
RB requires ubuntu 6.04 and up, iirc. Thus, because 7.10 is newer, it should still work. 07r4 added Ubuntu in general to the support list because it is so popular. Until then, it wasn't supported, but people ran it anyway.


Are these guesses or facts (inside knowledge) ?


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Just being curious: Does RB3D work well on Ubuntu?

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It's based on the requirements page.

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Officially Supported Distributions:

Ubuntu 6.06 or later
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5


6.06 is Ubuntu's Long Term Support version, meaning that they will provide support for it much longer than, say, 7.10. I believe the next LTS version will be 8.06, but I can't find the page that I saw that on to varify.

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It could be that since Ubuntu does not install libstdc++ 5.x by default, that is the problem.

run the synaptic package manager, search for c++ and you should find that library in the list and install it. I'll edit this post if I find other things I forgot.


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07r4 was suppose to update the libstdc++ to version 6. However I remember a thread not too long ago that said version 6 didn't work. There should be some compatility libraries for c++ that will do the trick. The package manager should find them in the standard repos.

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This is RB Off Topic, but I love the way they display Open and Close the windows in Ubunto 7.10.

I installed it earlier today (or was it yesterday evening ?).

Now, I have to copy my example projects to test them - after the current downloading -; maybe some more infos later this afternoon.

Stay tuned, but do not hold your breath...


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jdiwnab wrote:
It's based on the requirements page.

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Officially Supported Distributions:

Ubuntu 6.06 or later
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5


6.06 is Ubuntu's Long Term Support version, meaning that they will provide support for it much longer than, say, 7.10. I believe the next LTS version will be 8.06, but I can't find the page that I saw that on to varify.

The next LTS version is going to be Ubunto 8.04. Ubuntu 6.06 was supposed to be 6.04 but it got delayed for some late issues.


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wademaxfield wrote:
It could be that since Ubuntu does not install libstdc++ 5.x by default, that is the problem.

run the synaptic package manager, search for c++ and you should find that library in the list and install it. I'll edit this post if I find other things I forgot.


i cannot find it, may you please give me some help ?
i use RB 2008 pro 1


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jdiwnab wrote:
07r4 was suppose to update the libstdc++ to version 6. However I remember a thread not too long ago that said version 6 didn't work. There should be some compatility libraries for c++ that will do the trick. The package manager should find them in the standard repos.


i cannot find them, may you please give me some help ?
i use RB 2008 pro 1


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