Downloaded and tested successfully in Linux Mint 32 bit.Mirrors for people who blocked by source forge is greatly appropriated
This project does NOT incorporate, access, call upon, or otherwise use encryption of any kind, including, but not limited to, open source algorithms and/or calls to encryption in the operating system or underlying platform.
This release has been built with fpc 2.6.0 (the former release 0.9.30.4 wasbuilt with that too).
HiThanks and specially for the new ReadMe.txt, saving our time !Could you also please add a note in some of the hardware nodes, to explain shortly to dummies like me the exact meanings of i386, amd64 et c...It is not obvious to select amd when you know you have an intel processor.When we try to "execute" the fpc_2.6.0-120728_amd64.deb on Ubuntu 12.04 (and probably others), we get a warning saying "the package is of bad quality. The package doesn't provide a valid Installed-Size control field. See Debian Policy 5.6.20."I know this should not be a true issue, but It would be better to correct this... Regards
After installing Free Pascal I get this error when I try to install Lazarus RC2:error: Failed dependencies: fpc = 2.6.0-2.fc17 is needed by lazarus-1.0RC2-0.i386I installed Free Pascal as I always do and didn't have this problem when I installed RC1.I installing on OpenSuse 12.1.
Sorry. My fault. I built the rpm on a machine with the fc17 fpc rpm.I uploaded a new Lazarus rpm that was built with the fpc rpm from sf. Please test.