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Here are the steps. This procedure is based on nixCraft's How to: Compile Linux kernel 2.6--but modernized considerably. Download and extract the source code of the kernel you wish to build. You can get upstream kernel source code at kernel.org. Version 3.16.1 (the latest stable kernel as of this writing) will be used here. So you may need to modify these ...


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Take a close look at the output file in your question: [ ... ] checking for lgetfilecon in -lselinux... no checking for gnutls >= 2.6.6... no checking for gnutls_certificate_set_verify_function... no checking for xaw3d... no checking for libXaw... configure: error: No X toolkit could be found. If you are sure you want Emacs ...


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Since the configure script seems to be looking at a specific location for make, I think you have two options: Edit the configure script to force usage of the other make, not recommended since the path maybe hardcoded in any number of places. Replace /usr/bin/make with the new version. I can't find a PPA offering a higher version of make, so I see two ...


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Yes, for anything that is not already packaged in Ubuntu, or in a PPA that you've added, you will have to manually install all the dependencies needed to compile it. For anything already packaged in Ubuntu, you can run apt-get buld-dep $package and it will install the build dependencies for that package, however, if there are any additional or changed ...


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To avoid confusion, Launchpad never allows different uploads under the (exact) same version number. You can upload previously uploaded packages, only if they are exactly the same, with the dput -f option. See this answer and this one on Launchpad. If you delete a package from Launchpad, it is deleted according a procedure as described here. Launchpad still ...


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The recipe to build a custom module might need to be split in thee sections. Setup once $ cd ~ $ apt-get source linux-source-3.13.0 I am too lazy to copy the mvsas specific driver source files, just copy them all to your current working directory. $ cd linux-3.13.0 $ make oldconfig $ make prepare $ make scripts This will prepare some files necessary ...


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Try this: Go to Tools > Options > Build & Run > Qt Versions. Check if there is a version mentioned there. If not, select Add... and choose /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/qt5/bin/qmake and try to build again. Note: Please adjust the above path according to your installation, especially i386-linux-gnu, which might be something like amd64-linux-gnu if you're ...



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