dhdurgee wrote:So it appears I am missing some shared libraries that the installer expects, where do I get them?
--and it will be specific releases.. per library name needed..
In the terminal or with the package manager (synaptic) mint menu>system>Package Manager
In terminal, check
apt search libstdc++
v libstdc++-dev -
i libstdc++5 - The GNU Standard C++ Library v3
And if you can't get a version of the library that matches the requirements of the package you want to install, either from Mint/Ubuntu or in a higher version of the distribution (the next version) which often update system files & libraries.. you would be out of luck
Since you are doing a custom installation from source, you generally have to work out the issues yourself, unless someone here has done the exact same install using the exact same version, then you would have a match..