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CT LAB ver 7.90 4 months 3 days ago #17177

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Nice one.
Will have to explore a bit more in detail to get familiar with it.
Operating Systems Windows 10 (64-bit), virtual Linux Mint (64-bit) and virtual Raspberry Pi Desktop

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CT LAB ver 7.90 4 months 3 days ago #17189

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Re-hello.

Here on Debian 11 multiarch, Typhon32 and Typhon64 are compiled and run OK.

But for CodeTyphon, it does not run and gives that error message (the same as other users):

CodeTyphon: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.34' not found (required by /usr/local/codetyphon/binCenter/x86_64-linux-gtk2/CodeTyphon)

For Debian and childs, the last version of libc is 2.28

> ldd --version
> ldd (Debian GLIBC 2.28-10+deb10u1) 2.28

Are you using new methods from libc that only can be found in last version 2,34 for your CodeTyhon app?
If no, maybe think to recompile it with a older libc ( normally libc is backwad compatible) so it can be run with distro that dont have last libc.

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CT LAB ver 7.90 4 months 3 days ago #17190

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Debian 11 use old GLIBC
My suggestion is to use
The latest LinuxMint 21 or Ubuntu 22.4 from Debian based distributions,
or
Any ArchLinux based distribution, EndeavourOS, Manjaro etc
or
latest Fedora 36
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CT LAB ver 7.90 3 months 3 weeks ago #17243

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On Linux Mint 21: When updating from 7.80 to the lab version using the CodeTyphon update manager, the update fails when trying to create the directory /usr/local/codetyphon/zupdate and it's subdirectories..

The error occures when starting from the desktop icon.  When started from the console using

sudo su
exit
codetyphon

it seems to work correctly.

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CT LAB ver 7.90 3 months 3 weeks ago #17245

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Did you give to installation user sudo root privileges ?
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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 3 weeks ago #17287

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We release CodeTyphon Studio ver 7.90 Final
have fun.
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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 3 weeks ago #17288

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Upgraded on Windows (Linux Mint to follow later).
As usual all is working as before.
Great job again!
Operating Systems Windows 10 (64-bit), virtual Linux Mint (64-bit) and virtual Raspberry Pi Desktop

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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 3 weeks ago #17289

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Thanks My Friend,
have fun
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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 2 weeks ago #17290

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Checked CT ver 7.9 on Debian 11 (installed from CodeTyphonIns.zip), the environment works reliably,
checked projects (gtk2, pl_rx, fpspreadsheet, sqldb, lz_Report) - everything is ok.
It's a pity that CTCenter does not start (problem with glibc).

Similarly checked in xubuntu 2022.04 virtual machine. Found no problems, well, CTCenter works on this machine.

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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 2 weeks ago #17292

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Please
Download CTCenter for x86_64-linux-gtk2,
from here

a) Replace
/usr/local/codetyphon/binCenter/x86_64-linux-gtk2/CodeTyphon
with file in x86_64-linux-gtk2.zip

b) Give executable permission to new file.

and have fun

 
 
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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 2 weeks ago #17293

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Thank you for your help! Now you can fully work!
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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 2 weeks ago #17298

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Surely you can build CT center app using lower version Glibc? I run various Debian 11 based distros and OpenSUSE 15.4.
On both I am not able to run latest CT center. Asking users to upgrade to latest "bleeding edge" distros
may make it easier for PilotLogic but in my case for example,  the latest VMware, ver 16.4, doesn't support
the latest Linux kernel version.

And no, I will not use VirtualBox in place of VMware. Been there, done that, bought the tee-shirt and the cap.

Please consider compiling CT center with a more widely supported GLibC version for future. Why does the FPC work on all distros?

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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 2 weeks ago #17299

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The latest CTCenter of CodeTyphon 7.90 work with Linux Kernel >= 5.15
The Above file x86_64-linux-gtk2.zip is for Linux Kernel <= 5.10 used by Debian 11.

For Linux kernel release you can see here

<<Why does the FPC work on all distros?>>
FreePascal NOT use Graphics APIs like CTCenter.
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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 2 weeks ago #17301

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Thank you!
My bad, did not see before posting. Apologies.
 
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CT LAB ver 7.90 2 months 2 weeks ago #17302

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Thank you for the special CT Center build for old Debian 11.

No big deal but trying to open a file system link from CT Center does not work and results in 'invalid fd passed' error.
Same error when using CT Center from version 7.70
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Links work as expected on my Raspberry Pi 3 running 32 bit Raspberry Pi OS
 

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