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I had the same problem. This fixed it for me: devtools::install_url("http://cran.r-project.org/src/contrib/Archive/BH/BH_1.55.0-3.tar.gz") devtools::install_url("https://github.com/stan-dev/rstan/releases/download/v2.6.0/rstan_2.6.0.tar.gz",dependencies = FALSE) library(rstan) set_cppo("fast") From the STAN User's Group.


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You do not need to compile this driver from source this way. This driver is already in Ubuntu repositories. It can be installed by running sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source


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From http://askubuntu.com/a/613454/167385: In the meantime i created a ppa where one can easily install a Kernel 4.0 compatible version of the bcmwl package on Ubuntu 14.04, 14.10 and 15.04. sudo apt-add-repository ppa:longsleep/bcmwl sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source So if you do not want to compile it yourself, ...


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We would likely need source, your command-line input for the how you are trying to compile your source file, and if you are using a make file, then that source too. From the information that you have given: cout>>"HeLLO Wporld"; is wrong. It should be cout << "Hello, World!" http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/program_structure/


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Had the same problem using the Debian jessie cross toolchain. Using rpi-3.18.y kernel. Traced it down to mmc_debug that was improperly defined: christoph@debian:~/raspidev/linux$ find drivers/mmc -name \*.c -exec -H grep mmc_debug {} \; drivers/mmc/host/bcm2835-mmc.c drivers/mmc/host/omap_hsmmc.c drivers/mmc/core/quirks.c Looking further, only the ...


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C-Media CM8738 chips are supported by ALSA, the card should be working without 3rd party drivers. Does it show up in the sound settings and play sound? Have a look at the following page if not: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingSoundProblems I think I found the product page for the card including updated Windows drivers, no Linux drivers later than 2001 ...


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You cannot compile a kernel without the source. Compiling is something you do with source. You can't drive without a car either. You can modify the behavior of an existing kernel with boot parameters, writing to sysfs, etc. It depends what you want to do.


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I found this thread with a similar problem. Explicitly, the solution is to find and change in your CMakeLists.txt file: TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES(lmdemo ${LIBS}) to TARGET_LINK_LIBRARIES(lmdemo -lm ${LIBS}) Hope it helps!


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Quoted from wikipedia CFLAGS are the name of environment variables or of Makefile variables that can be set to specify additional switches to be passed to a compiler in the process of building computer software. These variables are usually set inside a Makefile and are then appended to the command line when the compiler is invoked. If they ...


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There are a number of libgsl packages, as shown by an apt-cache search: $ apt-cache search libgsl libgsl0-dbg - GNU Scientific Library (GSL) -- debug symbols package libgsl0-dev - GNU Scientific Library (GSL) -- development package libgsl0ldbl - GNU Scientific Library (GSL) -- library package libocamlgsl-ocaml - GNU scientific library for OCaml ...


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The standard prefix in configure is /usr/local. Install the tool checkinstall: sudo apt-get install checkinstall and follow this steps: git clone git@github.com:tatsuhiro-t/nghttp2.git cd nghttp2 autoreconf -i automake autoconf # with asio-lib ./configure --enable-asio-lib make Install with make install or checkinstall for a deb package: sudo ...


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You can use: ./configure --prefix=/usr/local or in your case ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --enable-asio-lib It will install in the /usr/local directory tree i.e. in /usr/local/bin/, /usr/local/lib, etc ...


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quoted from http://colotronics.blogspot.com/2014/08/msp430-toolchain-in-ubuntu-1404-with.html cd ~ mkdir mspgcc_install cd mspgcc_install Dependencies sudo apt-get install patch ncurses-dev build-essential bison flex zlib1g-dev sed automake gawk mawk libusb-1.0.0 libusb-1.0.0-dev dos2unix srecord Downloads: wget ...


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The make command is failing for the simple reason that the ./configure script did not complete successfully, as indicated by the error messages: checking for gtk+-2.0 >= 2.10.0... not found *** The required package gtk+-2.0 was not found on your system. *** Please install gtk+-2.0 (atleast version 2.10.0) or adjust *** the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment ...


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Install the missing development libraries: sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-dev


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You didn't specify what type of package you wish to build. I'm going to assume that you want to build a click package, suitable for installation on an Ubuntu phone. If you're using Qt Creator with the Ubuntu SDK plugin, there is a "Publish" tab on the the left-hand side. Select that, and then click the "Build and validate click package" button. The click ...



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