Installing ICE 3.5 or 3.6 on Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS
I've started working for a company that uses ICE extensively but I'm falling at the first hurdle by trying to install 3.5, or even version 3.6 on the above version of Ubuntu. We can't go to 3.7 at the moment because of the java changes, and I'm not able to download 3.5 correctly when I follow the instructions here:
I've had a look at 3.6 and I think it might be ok to upgrade and still be compatible with the 3.5 version, but I'm still having problems when trying to install from here:
Firstly, the signature doesn't work, so i have to apt-get update using -allow-insecure-repositories, which does successfully get all the 3.6 packages for Ubuntu 16.04. However when I run:
sudo apt-get install zeroc-ice-all-runtime zeroc-ice-all-dev
It tries to install the 3.7 version of ICE
I am sure this is because I'm trying to install on Ubuntu 18 using your 16.04 packages, but I do have to do this because we can't upgrade to 3.7 right now.
Can you help please?