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Yes, you can and probably will confuse your system if you mix repos that are more up to date than the rest of your system. This is because of dependencies. Say, for example, you want the latest wizbang shell, so you add that newer repo to your list. But it needs a new version (for example), of libsomething, and none of your repos have that. Or, worse, you ...


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The problem was my user-specific ~/.bash_profile file had auto-generated lines in it that look like the following: # Setting PATH for Python 2.7 # The orginal version is saved in .bash_profile.pysave PATH="/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/bin:${PATH}" export PATH # Setting PATH for Python 3.5 # The orginal version is saved in .bash_profile....


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I am no expert in Mesa or OpenGL but according to the release notes of Mesa here then version 11.1 (and 11.2 also) only implements OpenGL up to version 4.1. So no matter if your card can do 4.3, Mesa will only use 4.1 I think.


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I dont know if it is beautiful but it is working for every format of version that i know. #!/bin/bash currentver="$(gcc --version | head -n1 | cut -d" " -f4)" requiredver="5.0.0" if [ "$(printf "$requiredver\n$currentver" | sort -V | head -n1)" == "$currentver" ] && [ "$currentver" != "$requiredver" ]; then echo "Less than 5.0.0" else ...



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