Hi! I have been using Linuxbrew for a long time (~4 years). Updates break backwards compatibility periodically (about once every 6 months). Because of that, I tend to fully remove my Linuxbrew installation and start from scratch. Some new policy crops up and I have to figure out how to make it work.
So, to my main question, why do bottles need to be in
/home/linuxbrew/.linuxbrew? How did you make that decision? Previously, bottles were okay to be in
Specifically, I’m having trouble installing git, which requires glibc, which requires gcc. So I cheated and went for
--force-bottle. I do not know what troubles that would bring later on.