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To understand this answer, please read the entire revision history of OPs question. Follow ALL steps and not only what you think ;) Before you can start make … Install the following packages sudo apt-get install swig sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev sudo apt-get install cmake-data sudo apt-get install liblog4cpp5-dev sudo apt-get install ...


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/usr/bin/gcc is just a symbolic link, eg: $ ls -la /usr/bin/gcc lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 7 Mär 12 17:28 /usr/bin/gcc -> gcc-4.9 Why the link on your system does not exist (anymore), we can only speculate about it. You have two options: Create the symbolic link sudo ln -s /usr/bin/gcc-4.8 /usr/bin/gcc or Reinstall the package gcc sudo apt-get ...


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install libhdf5-dev add patch to libhdf5 in Makefile.config. example: INCLUDE_DIRS := $(PYTHON_INCLUDE) /usr/local/include /usr/include/hdf5/serial/


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Usually the build process from the ~/Downloads/vmd-1.9.2/ folder should be: ./configure make sudo make install I am not familiar with vmd at all to know if it is possible to run on your system, but those are the steps that I have followed on the majority of installs from source. Hope this helps.


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From the log: configure:3478: gcc -03 conftest.c >&5 gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-03' The option is -O3 with the letter O, not the number 0. So, you should run, as given in the README: ./configure CFLAGS="-O3"


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That is part of the kernel tree, and not a separate external module. It's to be built with the build of the kernel, depending on how the build is configured. If you want to build that module for an older kernel, you need to build it in the context of the older kernel, as a module, and you may need to do quite some back-porting work on 12.04 as that tree is ...


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That directory is part of a full kernel source tree. The standard way to compile it is together with the rest of the kernel. For some part of the tree it is possible to compile some module standalone --- but it s not a trivial task. You can look in this thread for a starting point.


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Turns out the CPU was not cooling properly, and this wasn't reported to the OS, nor in any way did it make the system shut down. During compilation, CPUs maxed out quickly at 100C. Running sensors showed that the critical limit of the CPU was in fact 100C. After dismounting the cooler, I could see that only a small patch of thermal paste had actually ...


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For Jack, the last message that you get is db.h... no To install that header file, type: sudo apt-get install libdb4.7-dev The error ardour also points to libdb.


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applications and they don't include a makefile That depends on what has provided the author of the program. Use the script autogen.sh or configure Read the instructions in INSTALL Read the instructions in README Create your own Makefile, eg: nano Makefile with the lines below helloworld : helloworld.c cc -o helloworld helloworld.c and run make ...


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Looks like your CFLAGS has a zero instead of capital O. That is invalid, and causing the compilation to fail. You can fix it, but really, look for a later version of the package which has been fixed.


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I got it! You need to change line 19 in Makefile to @${LD} -o $@ ${OBJ} ${LDFLAGS}


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Your error message gives you the exact cause of the issue, and I've wrapped it in three asterisks below: file.c:102:0: fatal error: ***error writing to /tmp/ccF9p6T9.s: No space left on device*** This means that your /tmp directory, whIch holds temporary files and such, is full. You've said that you never reboot the box, because it's always computing ...


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As far as I can determine, you are using a 4th generation Intel core processor with a BIOS version that is too old to be used with that processor. You should update the BIOS version from 0604 to 2403 and then re-try your benchmark compiles. Note there seems to be some notes about needing a "BIOS updater tool first before using the new Intel 4th Gen Core ...


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Without understanding your PATH variable, I believe, there are some typos export PATH=$PATH:/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:/usr/bin/c++/usr/bin/make between .../c++ and /usr/bin... Use export PATH=$PATH:/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:/usr/bin/c++:/usr/bin/make And install g++ sudo apt-get install g++


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I found the problem. There was an old, corrupt installation of gcc-4.8, which doesn't get replaced when build-essential is installed. I used sudo apt-get remove gcc-4.8 sudo apt-get remove --purge sudo apt-get auto-remove sudo apt-get install build-essential Now the test runs fine.


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My two cents: The file with the name /usr/lib/gcc/i686-linux-gnu/4.8/libgcc.a is part of the package libgcc-4.8-dev Therefore sudo apt-get install --reinstall libgcc-4.8-dev


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If you read the requirements for building aircrack-ng from source on linux, you can see that it needs libssl-dev. So install it using: sudo apt-get install libssl-dev


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My guess would be that you have the basic C compiler installed, but not the headers for the standard library. Try: sudo apt install libc6-dev [Edit: this produces similar symptoms, but wasn't the case here. The CFLAGS answers appear to be correct.]



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