Hey guys, I just bought me a new G910 Keyboard, and was looking around trying to find a way to use the G-Keys on it. I’ve looked just about everywhere, I even read about gnome15 and what it was. But from what it looks like some of their stuff is dead. I’ve even tried to compile from source using their website, and their instructions (along with the instructions from the github page that it references) are messed up and wrong. (There is literally no configure file. and there’s no buildtools bash script file) Can you guys give me some advise on how to make the GKeys actually work? I’d like to get the M-Keys working eventually too. But that’s in the future.
Are there any Linux distributions left that target glibc 2.11 or older, and that are still maintained? I’m asking this out of curiousity, as well as an extreme attention to portability for my Linux applications.
From a brief survey of distributions, most things like Debian, Arch, and Slackware target glibc 2.24 or similar. RHEL7 appears to be one of the few remaining distributions to target glibc 2.17, and RHEL6 targets 2.12.
If someone can point out other distributions that do rely on glibc 2.12, 2.11, or earlier, then I can think about how to backport my applications for those systems. Otherwise, I guess it’s safe to mostly target 2.24, and 2.17 for RHEL’s. That would give me a better sense of where to focus my efforts for software portability.
I am using Ubuntu 18.04 + Firefox 60.0.1 and whenever I turn my computer off without closing Firefox, Firefox will complain upon the next startup that it was not closed properly.
Does anybody else have the same issue and does anybody know how to fix it? It’s not really a huge issue, but it is kind of annoying.