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Edit the lines as shown below in the makefile and it should compile: FLAGS = -L /lib64 LIBS = -lusb-1.0 -l pthread
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 ...
Yes, you can, but most Makefiles do have a target called install that does the job. Also check if the Makefile has an uninstall target, in case you should wish to uninstall the program later. To facilitate the maintenance, you could use the checkinstall program. (https://wiki.debian.org/CheckInstall)
yes you can . but why do not put them on the /usr/local/bin or /usr/local/sbin in this case you can use that any where. But if you copy that the directory X, you only can use that ih directory X
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 ...
Open a terminal by pressing CtrlAltT. If you remember where you saved the Python code file (say as first.py in the Desktop folder), use the following command to run it: python2 ~/Desktop/first.py If you're using Python 3.X replace python2 with python3 in the above command. On Ubuntu, python2 and python are the same, but it's always good practice to ...
Ubuntu is not like the Windows operating system you are used to. Old habits are hard to break but the sooner the better. You're gonna have to scrap the whole mentality of downloading an .exe from whoever and installing whatever to your system. That's one of the many reasons windows has so much malware (although, Netbeans Java and Virtualbox etc are better ...
right-click on output file and under permissions tab check "Allow executing file as program" to make it as executable program. in terminal use: $ chmod +x myoutput What should you do? You can not run output compiled .c file under Ubuntu in grapgical window. you need to install Qt Creator.It's a full-fledged IDE with a visual form designer, code-editor, ...
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