Those two packages, on Ubuntu 18.04, are named "python-minimal" and
"libpython-stdlib" without the "2" after "python".
I don't think that is worth to include this in the documentation as I
suppose most Ubuntu users will be already at 20.04 or 20.10.
For checking out the names of the packages on the different Ubuntu
versions you can use:
On 11/29/20 6:03 AM, amuza wrote:
I'm trying to compile again LiMe based on OpenWRT 19.07, but now I get
When I was in the configuration menu (make menuconfig) I could not find
LiME packages, so I decided to start compiling again but now watching
carefully to find errors.
Please see below the first one I got:
email@example.com:~/git$ sudo apt install --no-install-recommends git
ca-certificates subversion wget make gcc g++ libncurses5-dev gawk unzip
file patch python3-distutils python3-minimal python2-minimal
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package python2-minimal
E: Unable to locate package libpython2-stdlib
I tried to get those two files for Ubuntu 18.04, but could not make it,
I installed some similar files, but it keeps complaining.
Please find attached a text file with all the errors I got after this one.
Thank you very much.
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