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Current MRCC binary can not run under Win10 subsystem for linux (Ubuntu)

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6 months 2 weeks ago #702 by houqq
Hi MRCC developers:

Thanks so much for your great work on the powerful MRCC code.

For the fun, I have tried to run the MRCC under Win10 subsystem for linux (Ubuntu),

I have found that current binary release of MRCC(version 2019/2018 I tested) all failed like below error:
Executing minp...


 Fatal error in minp.
 Program will stop.

I have recompiled a new version of MRCC under Ubuntu, It seems my own build can run under WSL.

In some kind of view, the WSL is really good and convenient for my personal thinking.

However this topic is just a information report. The MRCC binary run smoothly under pure Linux.

Qinqing

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4 months 3 weeks ago #716 by grudorff
For whoever checks this in the future: this is due to limitations of WSL in handling static binaries, see github.com/microsoft/WSL/issues/1462 . No problem specific to MRCC.

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