Alyssa was recently given a toy to take home from her child care centre. Stripey, the purple zebra. Stripey comes with a book of all of her adventures from all of the houses that she visits, and parents are expected to put together a couple of pages of photos and story to go along with Stripey’s visit. Today, we did this (albeit with green text and borders for the printed version)
Stripey’s visit with Alyssa
A day in the life…
While Stripey was visiting, we went for many car rides
We did some shopping
We had bedtime stories and watched some Charlie and Lola cartoons with friends
While Stripey was visiting, we played and jumped and ran around at Team Trampoline
We went to ballet lessons
We spent some time at Mummy’s favourite cafe roaring like dinosaurs at the owner and eating like kings!
At Alyssa’s Mummy’s house
While Stripey was visiting, we ate dinner together
Stripey got stalked by a leopard
Then they made friends
At Alyssa’s Daddy’s house
While Stripey was visiting, we looked through some recipe books and cooked some yummy things.
We built a chicken coop.
And put chickens in it!
We played on the trampoline
While Stripey was visiting, Mummy took us for a road trip. We saw lots of flowers by the road!
We looked at a windmill farm in Buangor, and learned about sustainable and renewable energy.
We stopped at The Giant Koala and saw a wallaby with a baby joey in her pouch!
Stripey had LOTS of fun with Alyssa!
Newer versions of Ubuntu (and debian?) are now using libstdc++6 instead of libstdc++5, and the repositories no longer contain the older version. There are still a number of applications available that depend on libstdc++5, with a typical error message that you might see looking a little like this:
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of <insert name of attempted install here>:
<insert name of attempted install here> depends on libstdc++5 (>= 1:3.3.4-1); however:
Package libstdc++5 is not installed.
A google search takes you to any number of how to fix it guides, with many people offering a version of libstdc++5.so on their site. Personally, I’d prefer to get it directly from one of the distros…
If you need to install libstdc++5, downloads and repos are available direct from debian here: http://packages.debian.org/lenny/i386/libstdc++5/download