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GLIBC_2.27 not found when running ldc on Debian Jessie
Aug 13
kinke
August 13

I tried to compile one of the D projects using our CI (Jenkins) today. Unfortunately, we use Debian Jessie as a base image and its glibc version is 2.19 while current ldc2-1.27.0-linux-x86_64 requires 2.27. Which ldc2 version uses glibc 2.19 or compatible with Debian Jessie?

August 13

On Friday, 13 August 2021 at 19:42:09 UTC, tastyminerals wrote:

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I tried to compile one of the D projects using our CI (Jenkins) today. Unfortunately, we use Debian Jessie as a base image and its glibc version is 2.19 while current ldc2-1.27.0-linux-x86_64 requires 2.27. Which ldc2 version uses glibc 2.19 or compatible with Debian Jessie?

You'd probably have to go back quite a number steps - in recent years, we've always used the oldest non-EOL Ubuntu version as base image. Ubuntu 16 used for the last ~2 years (before the recent bump to 18) came with v2.23, so something < v1.15 might work (for which the packages weren't built automatically by CI services but manually).

August 16

On Friday, 13 August 2021 at 21:33:17 UTC, kinke wrote:

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On Friday, 13 August 2021 at 19:42:09 UTC, tastyminerals wrote:

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I tried to compile one of the D projects using our CI (Jenkins) today. Unfortunately, we use Debian Jessie as a base image and its glibc version is 2.19 while current ldc2-1.27.0-linux-x86_64 requires 2.27. Which ldc2 version uses glibc 2.19 or compatible with Debian Jessie?

You'd probably have to go back quite a number steps - in recent years, we've always used the oldest non-EOL Ubuntu version as base image. Ubuntu 16 used for the last ~2 years (before the recent bump to 18) came with v2.23, so something < v1.15 might work (for which the packages weren't built automatically by CI services but manually).

I see, thank you.
After some trial-and-error, I found that actually v1.21 worked with our image.