[racket] racket 6.0 build for debian?

From: Eric Dong (yd2dong at uwaterloo.ca)
Date: Tue Mar 4 10:30:26 EST 2014

IDK though, Debian stable is very popular. I would suggest somebody should
build a package for it and upload it to racket-lang.org

On Tuesday, March 4, 2014, Matthew Flatt
<mflatt at cs.utah.edu<javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','mflatt at cs.utah.edu');>>

> At Mon, 3 Mar 2014 23:19:47 -0800, John Clements wrote:
> > I’d like to run racket 6 on a 64-bit Debian 7 VPS (that I have with
> linode).
> > It appears to me that our pre-built binaries rely on libc 2.14, and that
> the
> > current stable Debian (I know, I know) comes with libc 2.13.  Am I
> reading the
> > error messages correctly?
> >
> > My next step is to try to built it from source, but it’ll be tricky,
> because
> > this machine doesn’t have very much ram. CPUS=1 is probably my friend
> here.
> Building some source is probably not so bad if you use the "source +
> built packages" distribution. Then, you're justing building the C core,
> and all the Racket code and documentation is pre-built.
> For a smaller install, try the Minimal Racket "source + built packages"
> distribution, then install the packages that you need. Again, the
> packages should install in built form, so installation should be quick.
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