[Interest] Interest Digest, Vol 90, Issue 23
roland at logikalsolutions.com
Sat Mar 23 15:45:48 CET 2019
Upgrading isn't always easy. Once a medical device has its paperwork
approved by the FDA you are locked in for the life of the device on the
market. Minimum 5 years, generally 30+. The same is true for many
military systems and quite a few things in the science world. (When
performing a controlled 30 year study you cannot swap things out.)
That does not explain how they are able to update Qt without updating
Oh, they could be in that trap I was in. One .deb to install on them
all, both 32 and 64-bit. Had to do that twice now and it is much fun.
On 3/20/19 1:31 PM, interest-request at qt-project.org wrote:
> Also, another hint for you and the other person(s) trying to build recent Qt
> on an old Ubuntu LTS: Note that Ubuntu 14.04 is reaching end-of-life in one
> month(!), and only the ESM version contains further security fixes.
> Time to upgrade I think. You're two LTS versions behind.
Roland Hughes, President
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