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You may probably just need the -dev package containing glib.h: libglib2.0-dev sudo apt-get install libglib2.0-dev http://packages.ubuntu.com and its Search the contents of packages form can help finding such development packages when you only know the header filename.


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Just edit the /usr/bin/sa-compile file On line 278 add mkdir "$dirpath", 755; so that it looks like $log = ">>$dirpath/log"; # empty it mkdir "$dirpath", 755; open(ZERO, ">$dirpath/log") or die "cannot create $dirpath/log: $!"; then try to reinstall sa-compile


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First you have to fulfill the requirements: git (sudo apt-get install git) clang (sudo apt-get install clang) c++ (sudo apt-get install build-essential) boost (sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev)


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It seems that there's no answer accepted yet... So let's have a try: On my Ubuntu out-of-the-box machine, first I call sudo apt-get install libxt-dev libxaw7-dev Then you've to look for the libraries you just installed. On my machine this is /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu. You get this from apt-cache show libxaw7. With this knowledge, call ./configure ...


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Unless you are compiling SimpleScreenRecorder for a specific reason, you should just be able to enter the following commands in a terminal (in the order of the numbers eg do "1." first, "2." second and "3." third) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maarten-baert/simplescreenrecorder [press ENTER or RETURN on your keyboard] sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...


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Click on either of the "View Package Details" link (will take you to this page) and click on "Copy Packages" on the right side. Select which packages you want to copy and make sure the destination PPA and series are set correctly.


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Probably this is the way to install maya-calendar on ubuntu. http://2buntu.com/articles/1429/the-mayan-calendar-is-back/


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Error message tells that you can add -fPIC compiler flag. http://jaytaylor.com/blog/2010/10/06/howto-fix-fpic-errors/ On this page you can find semi-good solution - enable PIC to whole PHP. export CC=”gcc -fPIC” export CXX=”g++ -fPIC” But I don't know what disadvantages this solution has.


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Since you are doing the whole LFS thing, you want to learn the command line REALLY well. Here is a quick rundown of dd for you. Beware the DD command is POWERFUL sdx (where x is the flash drive) If you don't know it.. sudo blkid also, kinda a firehose but you might like it.. sudo lshw The first will create a file in your home directory, the second ...


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To complete this task, you should be able to use GNOME Disks. Install the gnome-disks package by running sudo apt-get install gnome-disks. After you do that, you should be able to find it somewhere in your menus. (It could be called Disk Management.) Choose the flash drive on the left side of the screen and click the gear icon at the top of the window. ...


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sudo apt-get install -y build-essential kernel-package libncurses5-dev bzip2 bin86 qt4-dev-tools wget libncurses5 git-core nautilus-open-terminal because you're using newer linux > 13.10


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Path to fix posted to the StackOverflow question linked above. export COB_LDFLAGS='-Wl,--no-as-needed' is the easy fix to get around this change to linker optimization. The real fix will be a little deeper, but Petesh offered the hint that fills the immediate need.


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I ran into the same problem, because I was running on a virtual box instantiation of ubuntu (guest), but running in a shared folder to my mac (host). Because symlinks are different on the mac, cmake failed. Moving the build directory to a ubuntu only folder (not shared with the mac) solved the problem. Moral of the story- don't build in shared folders that ...


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I do not know the tool in question, but probably could be useful: According to apt-search, tcpd.h is provided by the package libwrap0-dev (there seems to be a typo, "deb" instead of "dev"); About the error, the compilation stops because somewhere in the configure or Makefile gcc has been requested to treat all warnings as errors. The specific warning is ...


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I caved in, did the symbolic link, and it seemed to work fine... until pango decided to use the cairo-generated pkg-config file, which depends on an OpenGL pkg-config file that also isn't there with fglrx. I've now filed a bug on Launchpad. Thanks anyway!


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A similar phenomenon had occurred and was solved. Built and installed gcc-4.9.2 Built another software. No problem. Built and installed binutils-2.25 gcc failed with ..../bin/as: unrecognized option: `-xarch=generic' Renamed /usr/local/i386-pc-solaris2.11/ with different name, which was installed by binutils including bin/as gcc succeeded This is my ...


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At a minimum, when compiling software from source, have the build-essential package installed: sudo apt-get install build-essential It will install g++, make and Debian package development tools.


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Below command should help you out. If not, please post your input and output as well. sudo apt-get install gcc*


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remove the dash front of static and type dash '-' again. I think the ASCI code differs.


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The sqlite configure script appears to look for a Tcl installation as follows: checking for Tcl configuration... found /usr/lib/tclConfig.sh checking for existence of /usr/lib/tclConfig.sh... loading This shell script sources a suitable environment such as INCLUDE and LIB directives, but it is provided by the tcl-dev meta package, rather than the specific ...


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To easily find the corresponding development package for Ubuntu when configure fails with such error, you can use http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libpcap Usually the package that you're looking for contains the following description: "development library for <lib name>" Then open a terminal to install the package with: sudo apt-get ...


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Older version of Eclipse does not support Java 8. Eclipse Kepler SR2 & Eclipse Luna are the versions will support Java 8. You can download Eclipse Luna from this link. And Eclipse Kepler SR2 also supports Java *, see this link. See this link to know how to install Eclipse Luna.



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