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Re: st: Running old Stata (8.0) on new Ubuntu

From   Orvalho Joaquim Augusto <>
Subject   Re: st: Running old Stata (8.0) on new Ubuntu
Date   Wed, 18 Jun 2008 23:13:07 +0200


It is not too old. Ubuntu goes too fast.

Probably that error is related to GTK and Font libraries. Clever guys 
from StataCorp may provide better help.

For now I would ask you to provide us with errors you had while trying 
to install dynamically linked libs. I think that you Ubuntu missed some 
pack that you can install.


Dave Ewart wrote:
> Hello,
> I happen to have an old license for Intercooled Stata 8 for Unix which I
> tried installing on a new Ubuntu 8.04 ("Hardy") workstation.
> 'stata' runs fine, but 'xstata' does not:
>   $ /usr/local/stata/xstata
>   xstata: dynamic-link.h:57: elf_get_dynamic_info: Assertion `! "bad dynamic tag"' failed.
> The installation is is statically-linked, rather than dynamic, because
> there appeared to be a lot of library incompatibilities when I tried the
> dynamically-linked approach (which I tried first).
> Can anyone help here?  I'd prefer not to upgrade if there's a simple
> solution to the problem.
> Thanks,
> Dave.

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