Sadly, removing rakudobrew entirely (as the site suggests), rebuilding it and rebuilding rakudo and panda does not lead to other output. You were right of course in that I was not using rakudo star. Sorry for the confusion.
DO you have a suggestion for something I may have forgotten to remove?


Steve Mynott schreef op 2016-12-05 13:11:
If you are using rakudobrew it's not rakudo star (which is built from
a source tar ball or supplied as binaries on some platforms).


On 5 December 2016 at 11:34, Theo van den Heuvel
<> wrote:

Hi Steve,

I have Ubuntu and therefore use rakudobrew. Possibly some windows
remnants persist in the deep. I will try to clean up and reinstall.
(I thought I did that but evidently not thoroughly enough).


Steve Mynott schreef op 2016-12-05 12:28:

I can see references to /home/theo/.rakudobrew which shouldn't
if you were using Rakudo Star on its own.

Looks like you have mixed up two versions.


Theo van den Heuvel
Van den Heuvel HLT Consultancy

4096R/EA75174B Steve Mynott <>

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