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With Ubuntu/Kubuntu et al 9.10, the C libraries that a GLBasic executable use are not long (easily) available.  It also a pain getting it working on the x64 version of these operating systems

However, after much hunting around, I found this on the Ubuntu forums :

--- Quote ---cd ~/Desktop
sudo dpkg -i getlibs-all.deb
getlibs -i libstdc++5_3.3.6-17ubuntu1_i386.deb
--- End quote ---

And if you're using the Gernot's Clipboard routine, you will also need :

--- Quote ---sudo apt-get install xsel
--- End quote ---

An aalternative way of getting the C libraries is to use Jaunty repository at

This will do until either Gernot manages to get all the used libraries statically linked into the executable or more modern libraries are used   :whip:

Kitty Hello:
does anyone have a static libC++5.x? please? (GCC 3.3.3)

Its isn't just a compiling flag ?

Kitty Hello:
no. I need the .a file, too.

Has any progress been made on this?


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