Herr Otto Partz says you're all nothing but pipsqueaks!
Started by Cas, March 08, 2015, 01:16:12 AM
Quote from: dreadnautWhen I draw bridges with pillars, I get spans in Stunts.
QuoteNOTE for GNU/Linux users: distros are switching from libtinfo.5 to libtinfo.6. Because I updated my OS, the program is now compiled for libtinfo.6, which will be OK for updated distros, but may fail to work out of the box in older LTSs. If so, the program can be recompiled from source or you may upgrade your libtinfo to version 6.
Quote./bliss./bliss: error while loading shared libraries: libtinfo.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Quote from: afulloAs expected, it does not work on my Ubuntu 18.04.5
Quote from: afulloI suppose the question mark highlights when backslash has been pressed and thus two hex digits are required
Quote from: Cas on December 20, 2020, 12:43:44 AMQuote from: afulloAs expected, it does not work on my Ubuntu 18.04.5I'm not sure if it'll work easily, but you can try doing: sudo apt-get install libtinfo.6. Because the library is newer than other files in your system, I assume it'll have unmet dependencies and will try to install them too (and probably fail, as is common in cases like this... "dependency hell"). It'd be easier if it were the other way around (you having a newer system and installing libtinfo.5), but unfortunately, I currently don't have a comfortable way to compile it that way. I love GNU/Linux, but I hate this shared-library trend. Hard drives today are huge and memory is abundant, why can't fully static compilation be the default and straightforward way of doing the things? Anyway...
Quote from: Cas on December 20, 2020, 12:43:44 AMQuote from: afulloI suppose the question mark highlights when backslash has been pressed and thus two hex digits are requiredYes. Now if you wait too long or press something invalid, you get back to normal key recognition, so no more "What? Did it crash? What happened?"