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Open NFC Compilation - g_pNALBinding error while compiling microread/hal_*

for generating the server application using AARDVARK, to access the NFCC, when I am entering make command in this directory: core/porting/linux/client_server/server/microread/hal_cc_client . ...
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Where is the gls include path and lib in Ubuntu 12.04?

I am new to installing libraries in c++, I need to compile a code that uses gsl library, I used synaptic to install this library, but I don't understand where the files are. In the makefile of the ...
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Executing C++ program on Geany

I recently installed Kubuntu 12.04 LTS and I'm fairly new to Geany. I've used it on other computers but never installed it myself until now. Now, I have C++ code that I've run on other machines (also ...
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Installing libmysql on Ubuntu Server 12.04

I really need help installing the dependency of this, which is libmysql (here) I really have no idea how to install it. The author requires me to put it in a specific directory, but I have had no ...
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How to correctly install libstdc++.so

It seems that no matter how I try, I am unable to install libstdc++.so. My guess is that this is supposed to be a symlink to libstdc++.so.VERSION or something. BUT, no package seems to be ...
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Cmake unable to find Boost library?

I have already installed Boost in my brand new Ubuntu 12.04 machine. And when I do like this: cmake . I always get the below exception saying: Could NOT find Boost I am not sure what wrong I ...
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Why isn't the cppconn folder in /usr/include?

I am new to C++. I am trying to make a MySQL connection. I found that it requires mysql-connector. I installed boost-dev-all . I have put my mysql-connector in local directory ~/bin. I have ...
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Make a c++ project in eclipse

I installed eclipse, jdk ,gcc and g++. When I open eclipse and want to make a new project, I have no option for a c++ project. what do you think?
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ptrace(attach) failing while attaching a thread from another thread (of same process)

1 #include <stdio.h> 2 #include <pthread.h> 3 #include <sys/ptrace.h> 4 #include <sys/types.h> 5 #include <sys/wait.h> 6 #include <unistd.h> 7 #include ...
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Couldn't find any package by regex libstdc++.so.5 libexpat.so.0 in 32-bit ubuntu 12.04

While installing a software wink, I got stdc++ and lib expat packages not found. prayag@prayag:~/wink$ ./installer.sh Wink requires that the following packages be installed to run properly. Please ...
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C++ graphic on Geany + Xlib + BadAlloc = destroyed Friday

I have been trying to run a C++ program using Geany, and now, after ages of coding, I want to test the program. This is what comes up: Xlib: extension "NV-GLX" missing on display ":0". X Error of ...
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Installing boost on 12.04- have ran “sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev”- now what?

I want to install the boost libraries on Ubuntu 12.04 so I ran: sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev but now searching for a folder named "boost" I cannot seem to find where the files have been ...
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Will gcc >= 4.7 ever come officially to 12.04? [duplicate]

We have ubuntu 12.04 LTS installed at our systems, and we would like to use gcc >= 4.7 for C++11 support. Will a version of gcc >= 4.7 be added to the standard repositories (any time soon) or will the ...
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C Time.h functions erratic on Precise 12.04

I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 and using the gcc compiler to compile my C/C++ programs. I want to benchmark a function. AFAIK, there are two standard functions to calculate time on POSIX systems and both ...
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How run C++ in Geany Ubuntu 12.10

I want run C++ in Geany, but I got a problem. Before I run Pascal but cannot run. Then I installed fpc success run fine. And I run C++, appear error in terminal : ./geany_run_script.sh: 5: ...
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Errors in a simple C++ program [closed]

#include<iostream> int main() { char ch = 'A'; int num = ch; cout << "The ASCII code for " << ch << "is " << num << "\n"; cout << "Adding 1 ...
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C++ programming - Is there a way to make gedit recognize new classes?

I'm C++ programming in ubuntu 12.04 using gedit and it recognizes c++ default commands. I was wondering if I can make it able to recognize the new classes I define and change their color in the code ...
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what is wrong .h [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to compile C++ source code (“iostream.h not found” error)? I have aquired C++ for dummies, old for a windows GNU compiler. And I get this error, thinking it needs a ...
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How to fix: extension “NV-GLX” missing on display. Ubuntu running on Oracle VM Virtual Box

I have been assigned a homework on my C++ class using OpenGL and GLUT. When I try to run the project, it runs very slowly and it freezes after a little bit. Before the program runs I get the following ...
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C++ Development Cinder/Visual Studio

I'm currently taking a Data Structures course that involves the development of C++ applications using microsoft visual studio express c++, an application called Cinder, and we turn in assignments via ...
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Is there a built-in c++ compiler in 12.04? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can I use a C/C++ compiler? I just installed Ubuntu on my laptop because my programming professor insisted on it. This is my first time using Ubuntu. So I had some ...
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What version of C++ does 12.04 use?

If anybody knows or has a way for me to check it would be much appreciated. Isn't there a certain version of C++ that you need to use with the gcc? Sorry, I don't know much about programming, but I ...
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How to install Boost/lexical_cast.hpp in Ubuntu 12.04

How can I install boost/lexical_cast.hpp in my Ubuntu-12.04? Does ubuntu 12.04 has default boost package installed? if so, then how can I be able to see which version it is and what libraries are ...
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Eclipse Juno C++ error: Program “g++” not found in PATH

I installed the newest Eclipse Juno manually (not through software center nor apt-get), and then install Eclipse CDT from the help > install new software menu. However, when I try to compile a simple ...
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Anyone know if 12.04 has OpenGL Aux Libraries?

Im wanting to know how to install ubuntu 12.04's OpenGL aux libraries if any. Im trying to program OpenGL with C++. I cant find anything on google so. any help would be super great!!!
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Cmake module and OpenGL on 12.04

I'm trying to find some opengl dev files and I had it working great in 11.10. I can just barely move around cmake and kind of wrap my head around linux development. If anyone can provide a better ...
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Compiling C++ inside a folder in Ubuntu 12.04

I have some question about compiling .cpp inside a folder, it says first.cpp No such file or directory but when I run it in home it compiles. Any settings I might have left out? Thanks. Here's ...
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boost 1.48 and default (1.46) on Precise Pangolin12.04

The Precise release of ubuntu has two libboost-dev packages. The default is 1.46, but there is also a 1.48. If I install both, where are the headers and libraries for 1.48 installed? Are the ...