IndexError: tuple index out of range

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RedEye

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My thread got deleted shortly after posting. If this one gets deleted, could you tell me why so I can stop doing whatever you don't like? Thanks!

I'm using Linux Mint 19 3.8.6 and still rather Novice even though ive been using this for about 5 years lol I'm trying to get clockworkmod to work but I keep getting this error after doing ./configure

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./configure", line 463, in <module>
configure_node(output)
File "./configure", line 370, in configure_node
o['variables']['gcc_version'] = 10 * cc_version[0] + cc_version[1]
IndexError: tuple index out of range

On another forum someone found a solution by typing
proc = subprocess.Popen(CC.split() + ['-dumpversion'], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)

but i get this error
bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('

Any ideas? Thanks!
 
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Condobloke

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G'day RedEye, and Welcome to linux.org

I dont know the answer....but someone will .......i am putting in this post to hopefully help your topic to 'stay put".....I have no clue why it was deleted....most unusual....perhaps @wizardfromoz may be able to shed some light ?

Anyway....good luck....I will watch with interest
 

RedEye

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Thanks Condobloke!

I had another thought of what was causing this. Again just shooting in the dark but maybe it was libssl-dev? I typed sudo apt-get install libssl-dev and that was all. Not sure if there is an extra step to get it fully installed and maybe thats whats causing my problem? If not, just ignore this bit lol
 

Condobloke

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  1. Update the package index: # sudo apt-get update

  2. Install libssl-dev deb package:
    # sudo apt-get install libssl-dev
from : HERE
 

RedEye

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Okay that worked for installing it. Unfortunately didn't fix my issue lol but we got that part out of the way because its necessary for the program apparently. Going to restart the pc and try again although I dont have much hope in it. lol
 

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G'day Redeye from another Aussie, and welcome :)

My thread got deleted shortly after posting. If this one gets deleted, could you tell me why so I can stop doing whatever you don't like? Thanks!
Not deleted, set aside for Approval ... occasionally a Post will trigger our site software into holding a Thread, usually to do with a URL (website address) being mentioned inside a quote or reply box.

Such was not the case here, so I am at a loss to account for it, regrets.

Your Original Post came across my (virtual) desk for approval when I came online a little while ago. Seeing nothing wrong with it, I approved it straight away.

It is restored, but it is in Networking, where you first placed it.

Given Brian (@Condobloke ) has responded to you, I am inclined to move from the other Thread to this one, relevant material that is not duplicated and then close off the other one, but then move THIS one to Networking.

Anybody remain un-confused?

Mate you said in the other

...Really hoping I can get a hand with this as its my livelihood and I live in the middle of nowhere!
Do be aware that despite our site name, we are not an official arm nor organ of LInux - just jagged the domain name early in the piece.

We are staffed and manned by happy volunteers who enjoy their Linux, and have varying levels of skills and knowledge in many areas. Also timezones are from around the world, so response times can be a little frustrating

Hope we can help :)

Chris Turner
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