I don’t expect much in the way of support, since I’m using a janky version of Linux (Centos7) , but…
I am running on Centos7 (which is the free version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 LTE) and there’s a perennial problem with loading plugins made with a different version of Linux (i.e. with a newer version of the compiler).
I built using the GCC7 toolset (which you can optionally use on Centos) to build Rack and that was fine, but it only finds the VCV modules, and the plugin manager stays lit red, because of linkage problems with the plugin shared objects:
[0.004 warn src/plugin.cpp:147] Could not load plugin User/plugins-v1/AmalgamatedHarmonics: Failed to load library User/plugins-v1/AmalgamatedHarmonics/plugin.so: /lib64/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.21’ not found (required by User/plugins-v1/AmalgamatedHarmonics/plugin.so)
I see both the GLIBCXX_3.4.21 and GLIBCXX_3.4.20 symbols as being undefined/required, so the plugin manager packages aren’t built consistently either.
This was solved for 0.6 – the question is this: will it be solved in 1.0, or are older Linux distros just deprecated?