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Following is correct answer. sudo ln -s /usr/local/share/vim/vim74 /usr/share/vim/vim74 Thank you @Dillmo Thank you for right direction @Sparhawk


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/usr/bin/gcc is a link to the gcc compiler in use It is not unusual to have multiple versions of gcc installed. there binaries are in the same folder, e.g. gcc-4.4 gcc-4,6 and gcc-4.7 The link /usr/bin/gcc will point to one of these versions. If it is the wrong version, then the change the link to gcc-4.6.


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If you would like to know whether a command has succeeded or failed, you usually have to check its exit code. Zero indicates success, non-zero shows failure. Example in shell: gcc foo.c rc=$? # Store exit code for later use if [ $rc -ne 0 ]; then # $rc not equal to zero echo "gcc exited with $rc" fi You could also use && or || to execute a ...


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Solved by muru in comments: You should be grepping the stderr: gcc ... |& grep. – muru


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You can use my PPA to install darling. Don't forget to add the GNUstep PPA, which includes multiarch packages of the needed GNUstep libraries, so you'll be able to have dyld32 and dyld64. https://launchpad.net/~thopiekar/+archive/ubuntu/darling Regards


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Solution: cd /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-linux-gnu/4.6 sudo ln -s /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-linux-gnu/4.8/libgfortran.a libgfortran.a


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I use an oldie but goodie: sudo apt-get install evolution It's not as beautiful as Maya, there is not much development going on (bug fixes only) but it just works!


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Maybe simple... sudo apt-get install gcc ... could be enough?


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The immediate issue appears to be that the functiondb.sh script uses bash features, however the Makefile that invokes it does so explicitly using sh (and /bin/sh is a symlink to dash in Ubuntu). Specifically, the ++ postfix operator isn't supported, so counters aren't incrementing and the script gets stuck in a while loop. You can either temporarily symlink ...


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Install it via a PPA instead sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lgogdownloader


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What I did under ubuntu 14.10 sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install git-core qt4-dev-tools libqt4-opengl-dev libqtwebkit-dev zlib1g-dev sudo apt-get install libqt5serialport5 libqt5serialport5-dev sudo apt-get install libqt5webkit5-dev git clone git://sleepyhead.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/sleepyhead/sleepyhead cd sleepyhead export ...


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In Ubuntu you have two packages for SQLite: sqlite and sqlite3. If you use the second it is compiled with support for that function (not sure if it even exists in the other version...) sqlite> SELECT SOUNDEX("John"), SOUNDEX("Joahn"); J500|J500 So first try to use the second version: $ sudo apt-get remove sqlite $ sudo apt-get install sqlite3 Now to ...


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You can use the sed command to fix these issues. This will give you a quick preview of what will be replaced. sed s/[”“]/'"'/g File.txt This will do the replacements and put the replacement in a new file called WithoutSmartQuotes.txt. sed s/[”“]/'"'/g File.txt > WithoutSmartQuotes.txt This will overwrite the original file. sed -i ".bk" ...


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There is now much easier method. Install NodeJs. And via NPM install less-monitor https://www.npmjs.org/package/less-monitor


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The environment variable CONCURRENCY_LEVEL (e.g. CONCURRENCY_LEVEL='16') is recognized. A lot of modules (e.g. zfs) take > 70 % of the time to configure and/or to clean previous builds so that the parallelization with CONCURRENCY_LEVEL appears minimal. configure can't be speed up in general.


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The PPA for Blender 2.4 and 2.7 provides Blender 2.4 and 2.7 packages which can be installed simultaneously. 'blender' package is Blender 2.7, and 'blender2.4' package is Blender 2.4. The 2.7 package doesn't include pre-compiled CUDA kernel. If you want to use the Cycles rendering engine with CUDA support, you have to install the NVIDIA CUDA toolkit on your ...


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You may want to read this about alternative blender installs. The cmake name is a bit misleading, it actually configures options and creates the makefiles. Run make install in the build directory after you have run ccmake. Once make has finished you can then start blender with ./bin/blender in the same directory. If you are using the cmake-gui then you ...


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This answer compiled from comments made by chili555 and other users The 'free' driver for your wifi card is rt2800pci that is in use by the system now. The driver you see from D-Link's site is actually from the chip manufacturer, Realtek, and is in no way 'official' on D-Link's site. Further, the entirety of Linux, including Ubuntu, gets the drivers ...


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One suggestion regarding statifier: If address space layout randomization (ASLR) is causing it to fail you don't have to turn it off for the whole machine. You can turn it off just for that process: $ setarch `uname -m` -R statified_pdfedit [args...] It'll run that command with randomized layout disabled (no need to be root).


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./configure; make; make install is bad because it is difficult to undo unless: the developer provided an uninstall target, or you provided a prefix to configure, so all the installed files are tucked away in a neat corner of the filesystem. One should use checkinstall instead. Install it: sudo apt-get install checkinstall And then use checkinstall ...


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It is not bad by any stretch of imagination if your goal is to build software from sources. Some cases when this is necessary are: you are a developer that builds software you want to test some software that is not available as an ubuntu package or a new version of software that is not available yet However, outside of these cases, it is recommended to ...


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After working through the issue with the maintainers, it appears to be an issue with the Canopy distribution of Python having its own version of some of the libraries, so that there are two versions of the same library being used at the same time. As I don't need the Python bindings for CLASS, running the source command with the options: -n python ...


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You can solve your problem in another and more simple way: Use ldd on your executable to see the linked libraries, for example: $ ldd /bin/bash linux-vdso.so.1 => (0x00007fffb2fd4000) libtinfo.so.5 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libtinfo.so.5 (0x00007fac9ef91000) libdl.so.2 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libdl.so.2 (0x00007fac9ed8d000) libc.so.6 => ...


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Yes you can update linux kernel without updating your linux distro. To install the latest kernel you can always visit http://kernel.ubuntu.com and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel to see what's going on. As of today the latest kernel is 3.17. If you are using ubuntu 14.04, for example goto this link: Install/Upgrade to Linux Kernel 3.17 in Ubuntu 14.04 ...


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The application that you're trying to build requires Gnuradio 3.7.6 but only 3.7.2 is available from Ubuntu repositories on a 14.04 system. You'll have to build Gnuradio from source: Open a terminal window, move to the directory you would like the source files to be stored (e.g. cd src/), remove old build-gnuradio file, and run this command: $ wget ...


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As the link below explains, somewhere in the 2.6.19 kernel, linux/config.h was removed. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-kernel-70/removal-of-include-linux-config-h-file-in-2-6-19-kernel-506363/


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In ubuntu, this manual represents a wrong way to install from source something, that exists in the library. The right one is this: apt-get source <package> sudo apt-get build-dep <package> dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -uc -b dpkg -i <package>.deb. Full instructions here For kernel and libs procedure is different.



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