For those who want to run the Passmark bench for Linux on Clear Linux, here are some prerequisites:
After the install and you try to run the program and see this:
“./pt_linux_x64: error while loading shared libraries: libncurses.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory”
You need to add the compat-common bundle to handle the libncurses request.
“sudo swupd bundle-add compat-common”
If you see this error:
“Error opening terminal: xterm-256color”
Passmark is attempting to open a console of its own to display its status and results. The default terminal type in Clear Linux is xterm-256color.
For Passmark to work you need to set the terminal to a standard xterm type.
Once these are complete you should be able to run the Passmark bench.
However of note, on Linux they only run the compute benchmarks not the graphics bench.