NOTE: those problems are solved in newer versions of Poplog.
Use this version (v15.6) only as a last resort.
You will need to download, make executable, and run this file to check
that you have an installation on which poplog can run:
After downloading do
chmod 755 CHECK_LINUX_FACILITIES ./CHECK_LINUX_FACILITIES
Fetch the main poplog tar bundle (about 18 Mbytes): http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/poplog/bham-linux-poplog-v15.6.tar.gz
Fetch this 5Kbyte file and install it in the same directory as the tar bundle above, then make it executable and run it twice, the first time to discover the options, the second time with the options specified: http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/poplog/v15.6/INSTALL_BHAM_LINUX_POPLOG
Further details regarding installation are in the AREADME.txt file.
Users of Debian/Ubuntu-based distributions should follow the
instructions in STEP 0 in that file, namely:
Use this command to ensure that you have all the required system libraries.
(or try lesstif if you can't find motif3)
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