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I ran into the same problem, because I was running on a virtual box instantiation of ubuntu (guest), but running in a shared folder to my mac (host). Because symlinks are different on the mac, cmake failed. Moving the build directory to a ubuntu only folder (not shared with the mac) solved the problem. Moral of the story- don't build in shared folders that ...


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remove the dash front of static and type dash '-' again. I think the ASCI code differs.


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A similar phenomenon had occurred and was solved. Built and installed gcc-4.9.2 Built another software. No problem. Built and installed binutils-2.25 gcc failed with ..../bin/as: unrecognized option: `-xarch=generic' Renamed /usr/local/i386-pc-solaris2.11/ with different name, which was installed by binutils including bin/as gcc succeeded This is my ...


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Error message tells that you can add -fPIC compiler flag. http://jaytaylor.com/blog/2010/10/06/howto-fix-fpic-errors/ On this page you can find semi-good solution - enable PIC to whole PHP. export CC=”gcc -fPIC” export CXX=”g++ -fPIC” But I don't know what disadvantages this solution has.


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To show information about a package, including its version, open the terminal and type: apt-cache show package-name Replace package-name in the above command with the name of your package. The problem is there is no package called libimobiledevice in the Ubuntu repositories, but there are a few packages with names that are similar to libimobiledevice ...


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The sqlite configure script appears to look for a Tcl installation as follows: checking for Tcl configuration... found /usr/lib/tclConfig.sh checking for existence of /usr/lib/tclConfig.sh... loading This shell script sources a suitable environment such as INCLUDE and LIB directives, but it is provided by the tcl-dev meta package, rather than the specific ...


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Below command should help you out. If not, please post your input and output as well. sudo apt-get install gcc*


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At a minimum, when compiling software from source, have the build-essential package installed: sudo apt-get install build-essential It will install g++, make and Debian package development tools.



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