I've created a from-scratch linux distribution, or more specifically just the bootstrapper. This works flawlessly, but gcc wants MPFR 4.10+ on your system do download. Now this is fine for me, because Portage has MPFR 4.10+. But recently an awesome friend has donated his server, so I could ssh into and build from there (he has 64 cores!). The thing is, this server runs on Mint. Now I'm getting an error because to build gcc, I need mpfr 4.10+, while apt installs a lower version. As someone who hasn't worked with apt a lot, is there a way to install libmpfr 4.10+ through apt?