Yes, I am trying to build using Escuelas Linux, which is based on Bodhi Linux 5.0, which is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, so anything that does or does not work for Ubuntu 18.04 is the same for our distribution. If there are issues to compile on a derivative of Ubuntu, I can happily switch to Debian on another VM. Should I use the most recent release of Debian, or could there be a recommended release for compiling LibreOffice?
I retrieved the sources from git, and trying to compile LO 126.96.36.199 El dom., 11 ago. 2019 a las 18:06, Michael Weghorn (<m.wegh...@posteo.de>) escribió: > Can you give a few more details on your build environment (distro,...)? > If this is Escuelas Linux, can you possibly also quickly try whether the > same happens with e.g. Debian? > If I remember correctly, you mentioned that you wanted to set up a VM. > If I find the time, I might want to try to reproduce the issue locally - > though I can't promise. > > Which way are you currently using to retrieve the sources (git or > tarballs) and what version of LibreOffice are you trying to build? > > On 11/08/2019 02.18, dreamn...@gmail.com wrote: > > Thanks. > > > > Added: > > > > CC=gcc -mfpmath=sse -msse2 > > CXX=g++ -mfpmath=sse -msse2 > > > > To autogen.input > > > > Then > > make clean > > ./autogen.sh > > make > > > > However, the compile process still crashes. Here are the last lines of > > the output: > > > > [...] > > >
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