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  1. Thread: missing file

    by him610
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    [SOLVED] Re: missing file

    OK, making some progress. These three commands were successful ....


    $ sudo apt-get install libunistring2/focal
    ...
    ~/build/libunistring$ apt-cache policy libunistring2
    ...
    sudo apt-get...
  2. Thread: missing file

    by him610
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    [SOLVED] Re: missing file

    How do I remove the 0.9.10-4 version and make the 0.9.10-2 version current?


    hugh@b450m:~/build/libunistring$ apt-cache policy libunistring2
    libunistring2:
    Installed: 0.9.10-4
    Candidate:...
  3. Thread: missing file

    by him610
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    [SOLVED] Re: missing file

    I think I had tried this earlier, and now it feels like groundhog day.


    hugh@b450m:~/build/libunistring$ sudo apt-get install libunistring-dev
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency...
  4. Thread: missing file

    by him610
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    [SOLVED] Re: missing file

    Ok, I went here, https://packages.ubuntu.com/source/hirsute/libunistring and downloaded
    libunistring_0.9.10-4.debian.tar.xz
    After extraction, all the files went into folder debian - contents

    ...
  5. Thread: missing file

    by him610
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    [SOLVED] Re: missing file

    Thanks for sticking with this. Never thought it would turn into a rabbit hole.


    hugh@b450m:~$ apt-cache policy libunistring-dev
    libunistring-dev:
    Installed: (none)
    Candidate: 0.9.10-2
    ...
  6. Thread: missing file

    by him610
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    [SOLVED] Re: missing file

    Followed your advice and found libunistring-dev (0.9.10-4)
    The file listing shows it contains /usr/include/unitypes.h
    Downloaded libunistring2_0.9.10-4_amd64.deb
    Somehow, last night, I the...
  7. Thread: missing file

    by him610
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    [SOLVED] missing file

    I was following this article, https://www.howtogeek.com/428988/how-to-install-software-using-git-on-linux/ attempting to locally build ascii-boxes from the downloaded contents of boxes-master.zip
    I...
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