I'm currently trying to use PicoScope 7 on Ubuntu 16.04. For a variety of reasons, I can't easily update my workstation right now, but I would very much like to use my picoscope. Currently, I cannot install the published version from `https://labs.picotech.com/rc/picoscope7/debian/ picoscope main` due to incompatible libc6 versions.
I don't expect the picoscope debs to maintain continued support for such an old, EoL distro, but at some point last year it _did_ work. Would it be possible to publish an existing old version which depends on libc6 <= 2.23 which 16.04 users could pin to?
Thanks in advance!
I put together a docker image builder/runner for Picoscope 7, which should allow running it on most systemd/X11 based Linux distros:
Let me know if you have any issues with it, here or on the Github issue tracker.