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You probably don't have libksba-dev installed. Install it: sudo apt-get install libksba-dev


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source file name is basic.c #include <linux/init.h> #include <linux/module.h> /*MODULE_LICENSE("Dual BSD/GPL");*/ static int hello_init(void) { printk(KERN_ALERT "Hello, world\n"); return 0; } static void hello_exit(void) { printk(KERN_ALERT "Goodbye, cruel world\n"); } module_init(hello_init); module_exit(hello_exit); make file ...


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The tools can be patched manually. In vmhgfs.tar, inode.c d_alias must be changed to d_u.d_alias , put back to the tar and then recompile tools. A script that does that (tested on 32-bit ubuntu 14.04, vmware workstation 11.1 on a windows host) is here: #!/bin/sh -x cd /usr/lib/vmware-tools/modules/source tar xf vmhgfs.tar grep -q d_u.d_alias ...


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I had the same experience after updating to kernel 3.13.0-46. According to vmware-tools-patches, there isn't a patch available. The patches do not yet apply successfully with the following Linux kernels: 3.13.x I fixed vmhgfs by: Reverting to kernel version 3.13.0-45, either by booting into an older version or rolling back your kernel upgrade ...


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You need to install the PCRE development files package: sudo apt-get install libpcre3-dev If the build configuration script still doesn't find it (which I find unlikely, because the header files are placed in a standard location), use: ./configure --pcreinclude /usr/include


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Mine seem to line up. I suggest that your local package lists need updating with a sudo apt-get update. If that doesn't help, add the output of apt-cache policy libxml2{,-dev} to your question please. $ apt-cache policy libxml2{,-dev} libxml2: Installed: 2.9.1+dfsg1-3ubuntu4.4 Candidate: 2.9.1+dfsg1-3ubuntu4.4 Version table: *** ...


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Open a terminal and type: sudo blkid Find and copy needed uuid to reproduce it in fstab then run: sudo gedit /etc/fstab add to the end lines like this (e.g.): #My-Partition UUID=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx /media/Robbino1 ext3 defaults 0 1 Where xxxxxxxxxx is /dev/sda uuid that you copied, then reboot. You can also manually change permissions ...


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Look in /etc/fstab and see where the partitions are mounted. Edit fstab to alter where the partitions are mounted and the name they are mounted under. eg. I have /dev/sdb2 mounted under /archive .. $df -h /dev/sdb2 139G 56G 76G 43% /archive $blkid /dev/sdb2: LABEL="archive" UUID="d3cf3600-f3d8-4ab8-8537-349dbeab7f1b" TYPE="ext4" $cat ...


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" I get this result: g++: error: : No such file or directory g++: fatal error: no input files compilation terminated." Self-explanatory there. Make sure you are using the correct file path. Use an IDE, if you want to save the trouble.


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There are two errors in your code, that is why you are unable to use multiple threads. First Error is a typo in OMP Compiler Directives. You have written #pragma omp parallal Correct one should be, (the word is parallel not parallal) #pragma omp parallel Second Error is an invalid return 0 inside OpenMP structured block. The correct code should look ...


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Did you copy-paste the command from somewhere? if so try actually typing it instead: it should be --prefix (with two hyphens). Sometimes these things get mangled by HTML, in this case yours looks like e2 80 93, unicode EN DASH instead of an ASCII --. Also (thanks @DavidFoerster) you don't need to run the configure script using sudo when you are in your home ...


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I found the cause. EXT4 is populating inode list since it is a freshly created filesystem which causes the rebuild speed to drop.


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@medoc: Thanks, I installed all the dependencies you mentioned using apt-get install FILENAMES. Then I accessed the older where the extracted source code was saved. I used ´./configure´ then make and then sudo checkinstall. Here under section 5.1.2 it says "After extracting the tar file, you can proceed with installation as if you had built the package ...


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You need to install the following packages (taken from the Ubuntu package "control" file): libqt4-dev, libqtwebkit-dev, libx11-dev, libxapian-dev (>= 1.2.0), libz-dev, python-all-dev (>= 2.6.6-3~), python3-all-dev, python3-all-dev is only useful if you want to build the ...


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I finally was able to install opencv-2.4.10 with the help of these two posts: 1. http://answers.opencv.org/question/37115/opencv-249-make-error/ 2. http://docs.opencv.org/doc/tutorials/introduction/linux_install/linux_install.html Briefly here is what to do: (1) Pre-requesites sudo apt-get install build-essential (2) Git clone the latest copy cd ...


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Sounds like homework to me... but: #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int bus1,bus2,total=0; total=(bus1+bus2)*(5*14); cout<<"fair is: "<<total<<endl; return 0; }


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Installing kernel-wedge using the following command solved the problem: sudo apt-get install kernel-wedge


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But there is soution: 1) You can get this driver "redirfs,avflt,dazuko -- kernel 3.18 or lower" needed from here: http://www.bondoffamily-net.com/~kinta-chan/techknow/DownLoad/DownLoad.html 2) Go to folder where you downloaded the driver: sudo mv driver.tar /opt/COMODO/driver.tar 3) Then change directory cd /opt/COMODO 4) Install it sudo ...


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Use sudo apt-get install libgraphicsmagick++1-dev instead of sudo apt-get install libmagickwand-dev. It will work.


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The library you need is located in the libgraphicsmagick++3 package (on release 14.10). You can use the package search feature of the ubuntu website to search for it. Once installed, you may use dpkg or ldconfig to locate the library in the file system: $ dpkg -S 'libGraphicsMagick++.so' libgraphicsmagick++3: /usr/lin/LibgraphicsMagick++.so.3 $ ldconfig ...


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Judging from the review on Webupd8.org, the bq Aquaris 4.5 uses Ubuntu 14.10 (r17) (See timestamp 2:45 in the Youtube video).


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if you compile the c source file, you'll need to do like below: gcc-4.6-arm-linux-gnuebihf filenam.c -o filenam through this, executable file with name 'filenam' will be generated on your current folder.


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Yes you can install Ubuntu. For your "high-end games" install Wine: sudo apt-get install wine. If you're not too savvy with Wine install Playonlinux: sudo apt-get install playonlinux. Works with most Windows based games like World of Warcraft and others. You have to have the installation CDs still. Hope that helps.


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You need the g++ compiler, not the gcc, so install the g++ package, and maybe build-essential for any needed headers: sudo apt-get install g++ and if necessary (probably not for this package): sudo apt-get install build-essential You should read the README file(s), then the INSTALL file and follow the instructions. They usually boil down to run ...


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You will need an Ubuntu installation disk. If you have another computer you can download Ubuntu and burn it to a DVD or an USB. You can do that from any operating system. How you do that from anything other than Ubuntu I leave up to the reader. Ubuntu has an option called "startup disk creator" so we have it pretty easy. Problem arise if this is the only ...


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Yes, it is possible to install Ubuntu without having an OS installed. First download the Ubuntu ISO you want to install, then you have two options: Burn the ISO to a DVD, then boot from the DVD from BIOS boot menu. Raw copy the ISO to an USB stick, then boot from the USB stick from BIOS boot menu. For a more detailed description of these installation ...


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As it's a gaming rig, the key questions are "Will my games run under Linux, or do I need Windows?" and "Does Linux support my hardware (especially my graphics card)?" If you need Windows and have only one HDD in your system it's much easier to instal Windows first and then put Ubuntu on afterwards. There is plenty of help and advice about how to do this in ...


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You must first remove these options because your linker is trying to find in these paths (which clearly have not the .so files): -L/usr/lib/mysql -L/usr/lib and find and copy these files from your BBB to your machine: libmysqlclient.a libmysqlclient.so ld-linux.so.3 ld-linux-armhf.so.3 libmysqlclient.a libmysqlclient.so libz.so.1 then add -L these files ...


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So in the quite improbable case that anyone has the same problems and doesn't mind getting rid of TIGCC, I had to delete /home/USER/bin/gcc and /home/USER/bin/as. When issuing $ type -a /usr/bin/gcc /home/USER/bin/gcc and same thing for as.


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What I found out when was going through the same exercise is that curl simply can't work with openssl static libraries, it was always searching for dynamic, no matter what I was doing, so eventually I did three things that worked for me Configured openssl with enable-shared: ./config enable-shared Configured curl with openssl: ./configure --with-ssl Used ...


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You have to install not only the header files, but the libraries also. These are the packages ending in -dev, so in this case: sudo apt-get install libpcap-dev By the way, this is a metapackage, which will install libpcap0.8-dev package.


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At the very end of that log: layer0/os_gl.h:32:20: fatal error: GL/glew.h: No such file or directory #include<GL/glew.h> So try installing libglew-dev: sudo apt-get install libglew-dev



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