Configure Delphi and RedHat or Ubuntu for Linux development.

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One of the more exciting features of the pending 10.2 release of Delphi and RAD Studio, is support for targeting Linux. In this post, I’m going to step you through setting up your development environment to deploy applications to either RedHat Enterprise or Ubuntu 16.04.

 

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  • Sergio
    Sergio Tuesday, 4 April 2017

    Hi!
    I did everything what you said step by step here but everytime when I try to run application with debugging I get this error "Debugger fatal error: debug kernel not responding. The debug process will be terminated.". What should I do?

  • Sergio
    Sergio Wednesday, 5 April 2017

    It was a permission problem with PAServers' files. Here you can see it https://community.embarcadero.com/forum/installation-issues/3904-delphi-linux-debugger

  • Guenter K34594
    Guenter K34594 Thursday, 30 March 2017

    They advertise if so you will thing you buy Delphi 10.2 Tokyo and can compile for Linux, THATS WORNG, YOU CANT, you need to purchase the expensive enterprise version! This is ridiculous, like their compilers are not expensive enough already! I am going back to C/C++, this delphi just died for me.

  • Lance Rasmussen
    Lance Rasmussen Thursday, 30 March 2017

    I followed using Ubunto and the release of Tokyo. I received an error compiling the console app. "ld-linux.exe error: cannot find -lrtlhelper_PIC"

  • Lance Rasmussen
    Lance Rasmussen Thursday, 30 March 2017

    Nevermind - I had copied over the fixed browsing path from the installation notes.... over my Library paths, not browser. Fixed and works on both Ubuntu and RHEL.

  • Guenter K34594
    Guenter K34594 Thursday, 23 March 2017

    I do NOT have Linux 64/iOS or Andoid as platforms. When following this tutorial, I only have win32/win64/osx as platforms available.

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