I am using Mint 18.3, and saw that openscad from Ubuntu is quite old.
One solution is to use their downloads page where they provide a Ubuntu 16.04 deb line:
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deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/t-paul/xUbuntu_16.04/ ./
i386package version? When I mark it to be installed, it is broken (most probably because 32-bit libraires are not there).
When you browse the repo, you can see there is an
amd64version of the package.
Is there a way to make synaptic aware of the amd64 package, or is there a change to bring into their repository ?
Thanks for your help.