Original date:2022-10-31 17:00:41 Edited by: irv Subject: Re: Error using euc

rodolfo said...

It was only a very simple test, a "Hello word" too, without include.

OK. I tested the usual

puts(1,"Hello World\n") 

and it compiles and runs.

I also tried several EuGTK programs (which are large and complex, and use almost all Eu includes), and they compile and run without error.

I'm using Mint Linux: Linux irv-desktop 5.0.0-32-generic #34~18.04.2-Ubuntu SMP Thu Oct 10 10:36:02 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Ubuntu 22.04 kernel is 5.18.xx I think. Something in the newer kernel causes the problem. I don't think there is an easy fix for that, other than loading an earlier version of Linux. See

However, for my programs, I just bind or shroud them. There's no significant difference in speed between the bound and the compiled versions. There's little difference in memory required, either.

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