Issue has been resolved
do not know what the cause of the build errors is (it looks like some symbols are missing from the standard library, which is weird and I wouldn’t know how to tackle).
But I can point out two other ways you can get ROOT on windows:
- use our docker distribution, all instructions are at the linked page
- you could try download pre-compiled binaries for ubuntu instead of downloading the sources and compile them yourself. I don’t know if this works with Windows Subsystem for Linux but it’s literally 5 minutes to try it out: just untar the archive you find here under “binary distribution”, then set it up with
source your_root_binary_dir/bin/thisroot.sh, that’s it
issue has been resolved
This smells like an ABI issue: root has been compiled with the new ABI of C++11 while the local toolchain isn’t ready yet for that (or the other way around)
I had (almost) no problem building ROOT (master, but it shouldn’t matter) on the Linux subsystem of Windows 10, using
cmake ../../git/master, and then
But I don’t have ODBC. Did you enable it yourself? Could you try without ODBC?
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