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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


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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)


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Try a newer version of vmware player, should work without any extra aditions with the new ubuntu. Vmware player now is at verion 6.x , and is still free.


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The solution is to use bash:~/src/edk2$ source edksetup.sh bash:~/src/edk2$ build The effect of export command inside edksetup.sh is not reflected in the main bash shell but rather in the sub-shell spawned for executing it. "source" directs it to run the script in current shell.


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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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I tried to compile it by myself with no go results. Nevertheless I did a search and had came with the page: banshee Download (DEB, RPM, TXZ, XZ) There I found banshee_2.9.0+really2.6.2-2ubuntu2.1_amd64.deb, not a direct answer but, in my case, Amazon Player was safe and sound (not working before) as well (not problematic) the other plugins. I found this ...


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Reconfigure the compilation using flags --prefix=/usr/bin Be careful. It may breaks existing gpg package which comes preinstalled with ubuntu. If you want to be safe, instead of manually compiling and installing, you should consider packaging it. Learn more about Ubuntu packaging here. Packaging is better than manual install, since packaged apps are ...


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I came across this issue as well. The answer I found is documented here: http://users.wowway.com/~zlinuxman/Kernel.htm#Configure, last two paragraphs of the section. Basically it comes down to debug info being included in your kernel (CONFIG_DEBUG_INFO=Y) and also in the modules (not using make variable INSTALL_MOD_STRIP=1). My builds were ~400MB before, and ...


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An object file is an intermediate file produced by a compiler during the steps it takes to produce an executable file. First the compiler reduces the source code to an object file, in which the machine code for the final product has been mostly produced, and variables and other human readable items have been replaced by tokens. Secondly, the linker takes ...


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myOut is a binary file. It consists of zeros and ones in a format readable by processor and kernel. If you need, there you can find more information.


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The repository you're using for gstreamer-sharp is wrong, it should be git://anongit.freedesktop.org/gstreamer/gstreamer-sharp instead (and checkout the tag 0.99.0 after you clone). Also, I've seen some distros fail to load assemblies located in /usr/local, then you may want to try to fix this problem by using the /usr prefix (passing it in the ...


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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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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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Real simple solution: apt-get install qt4-qmake libqt4-dev It will also install a number of other files. Just say Y. Happy kernel compiling!


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source code cd downloads No, the source isn't available on a CD. I doubt it would fit on a CD (700MB). but is there any systematic way to auto build the whole distribution, or is this simply only a collection of the sources of all default installed packages? This page describes how to build the OS from source. In general, you would clone the Git ...


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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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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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I'm trying to figure out why you are using version 2.4. Errors often are secondary in nature. For example, you may have not installed secondary dependencies. These usually can be detected by paying close attention to the warnings in the installation process. My suggestion is to delete all of the stuff that cmake created and then rerun cmake. When it is ...


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So, after day of debugging, i still got the error. I have tried to choose the kernel tree version of my arm board which is the linux-imx6-boundary-imx_3.0.35_4.1.0 version, and repeat all of the configuration given by AODV author but did not have a chance to get it works. I've properly change all of the environment variable and the cross compiler tool. ...


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I have answered this question on StackOverflow. Short answer: it's a CMake bug which I have reported and offered a patch.


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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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First need to grand ownership of the folder to myself: sudo chmod -R 755 /usr/local/apache-maven-3.2.2/ Then I opened ~/.bash_aliases with: sudo gedit ~/.bash_aliases And I added: alias mvn='/usr/local/apache-maven-3.2.2/bin/mvn Thanks to @Ploutox for the right commands and I also did a bit of editing / corrections myself.


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First of all insert your dongle in USB port. Now, wait for a while(actually just 8-10 seconds). Now go to the panel and click on the network icon there. Select Enable Mobile Broadband there and after that all you need to do is select your mobile partner and other things. If your mobile partners name or APN(ACCESS POINT NAME) isn't available there, you'll ...


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There was a problem with my assembler. When I run as --version GNU assembler (GNU Binutils for Ubuntu) 2.22 Copyright 2011 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This program is free software; you may redistribute it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 or later. This program has absolutely no warranty. This assembler was configured for a ...


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Now, because of the UUID error I feel it is necessary to verify the information in /etc/fstab because this is where the file system information (UUID) is mounted from. First, boot into an older kernel or a live-disk session. Execute the following command to find the UUID for your root partition. sudo blkid -o list The output should be similar to this ...


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You need to place the linker options to the end of the compile command, like so: g++ main.cpp -o main -lGL -lGLU -lglut g++ may process command line options sequentially, meaning that it will see that you want to link against GL, GLU and glut but no code is actually using them so they can be dropped, only then tries to compile main.cpp, resulting in the ...


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KGraphViewer It is: http://extragear.kde.org/apps/kgraphviewer/ Available: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=kgraphviewer Asking backports: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports DIY - if you want it now (from the Utopic to the Trusty) At here installed: build-essential fakeroot dpkg-dev cmake debhelper kdelibs5-dev libphonon-dev ...


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I have succeeded in compiling pythonika on Ubuntu 14.04. I need to add -lpthread -lm to the command line. ## Ununtu 14.04 LIBS = -L${LIBDIR} ${LIBDIR}/libML64i3.a -lstdc++ -lpthread -lm -lrt -lpython${PYTHON_VERSION_MAJOR}.${PYTHON_VERSION_MINOR} Thanks, Yoshihiro Sato


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I found the problem , Download the latest version of Gradle. Gradle on Ubuntu's repo can't be used to build openjfx8. However the following link can be helpful to build Openjfx. https://github.com/hgomez/obuildfactory/wiki/How-to-build-and-package-OpenJDK-8-with-OpenJFX-on-Linux Thanks to H.Gomez for Obuildfacory :) .....


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Firstly, you don't compile a .sh file. What you need to do is create a Debian package for your program to upload to Launchpad PPAs. The packaging guide details all the steps in creating a package. You ultimately have to create the package from scratch and follow the guide to make sure you meet all the requirements. There may be simpler how-tos for ...


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The options for gcc is '-m32' or '-m64' to generate code for a 32-bit or 64-bit environment. Not '--64'



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