No, you still have to install Python (preferably 2.7.x).
Hopefully Scorbie or someone can find a way to avoid those startup warnings.
Sorry, but even if I knew how to do that I'm not that interested. I'm not exactly sure what you're worried about. I've been distributing Golly this way for over a decade without any problems so I don't see any need to change now.Naszvadi wrote:Or would authors mind uploading md5/shaX files to an SSL site?
I can't reproduce this problem on any of my systems. It could be a bug in your graphics card. Which type of card are you using and which OS?GUYTU6J wrote:When tiling layers, the border is still buggy...
Much thanks! This looks to be the neatest and least-intrusive solution so I've added it to the section on Linux problems in Help > Known Problems.wildmyron wrote:I now use the following alias to run my locally built golly
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alias golly="UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0 LIBOVERLAY_SCROLLBAR=0 ./golly"
Sorry, but I've really got no idea why that version of Linux would display those boxes differently to other versions of Linux. Perhaps it has a buggy implementation of GTK 2, so maybe try updating the relevant package(s)?_zM wrote:I use Xubuntu 18.04 LTS, and did not build from source.