- If it doesn’t, run your build in a Docker container representing a newer Ubuntu (e.g.
ubuntu:disco). There, you can install the library via
EDIT: disco would be sufficient, but travis provides only bionic
I’ve hacked around by adding the source line for
cosmic main, and
I tried this too (https://github.com/Kreyrock/Kreyrock/blob/master/.travis.yml#L4) but i’m reaching timeout (https://travis-ci.org/Kreyrock/Kreyrock/builds/618839941#L21938) since it has lots of dependencies that takes too much time to install even from binary.
If your program needs to work in earlier versions of Ubuntu, install
libfuse3 from source and ship it with your app (either statically linked or linked as a private copy, e.g. via rpath)
Pita and possibly avoiding issues with dependencies, i need reliable testing environment instead of wasting another 12 hours with this…