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You have to enable main and universe repositories. See how to do that in this question: Problem installing build-essential on 14.04.1 LTS


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I am having sometimes the same issue. It is not caused by recursion itself but by Linux going out of memory. Linux lets programs to allocate as much space as they need until there is absolutely no memory left. Because of this, your machine becomes unable to handle primitive operations. Windows behaves in slightly another way. It leaves some free space for ...


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Ubuntu’s source of evince 3.14 is patched to allow using gtk 3.12. It's done via the rtl_avoid_3.14_dep.patch


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the objdump manpage says to use --insn-width: $ objdump -d a.out | grep movabs 40053e: 48 b8 45 23 12 90 78 movabs $0x1234567890122345,%rax 40054c: 48 b8 45 33 12 90 73 movabs $0x1334567390123345,%rax $ objdump --insn-width=10 -d a.out | grep movabs 40053e: 48 b8 45 23 12 90 78 56 34 12 movabs $0x1234567890122345,%rax 40054c: 48 b8 ...


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i found the solution it was a spelling mistake i couldn't install libcap0.8-dev because it is libpcap0.8-dev not libcap0.8-dev also for anybody who faces the same problem u just have to install the following packages 1-sqlite3 2-libsqlite3-dev 3-libcap-dev 4-libpcap-dev with this code sudo apt-get install "package name" and it will probably work


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The wrong is that you don't have libpng15 installed. You can download it from http://sourceforge.net/projects/libpng/files/libpng15/1.5.20 and install. Then try to compile Emacs again.


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I'd use CheckInstall. Essentially, instead of using sudo make install you can use sudo checkinstall This installs software as packages managed by dpkg, which means that you can easily uninstall it with sudo dpkg -r packagename


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Open the Makefile and find the following lines : LDFLAGS = -O3 -Wall \ -lglib-2.0 \ -Wl,-rpath /usr/local/lib -lgmp \ -Wl,-rpath /usr/local/lib -lpbc \ -lbswabe \ -lcrypto -lcrypto Now just add a -lgmp beside -lcrypto and it will be successful LDFLAGS = -O3 -Wall \ -lglib-2.0 \ -Wl,-rpath ...


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This old driver, circa 2010, was built for 2.6.xx kernels; as you can see, you are running 3.13.0-39. It will never compile. The driver for these devices, rt2800usb, is included in Ubuntu 14.04 by default. If it isn't working as expected, something else is wrong. Please tell us what is wrong and details about your device: lsusb I assume your USB ...


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The error reported in config.log is: configure:3772: checking for cc configure:3802: result: no configure:3772: checking for gcc configure:3802: result: no configure:3824: error: in `/usr/local/src/php540/php-5.4.0': configure:3827: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH It seems that in your $PATH variable is missing C compiler path or C compiler ...


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Somebody already did it here http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/68611/whats-the-difference-between-ctrl-z-and-kill-stop When I run a command (make on a large project) from the shell, I can type Ctrl-Z to stop the process and return to the shell. Subsequently, I can run fg to continue the process. I am not sure though if the RAM will ...


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You can find missing files with apt-file update apt-file find scrnsaver.h Which results in libxss-dev: /usr/include/X11/extensions/scrnsaver.h You also need the debug symbols to that package that you will find with apt-cache search libxtst|grep dbg apt-cache search libxss|grep dbg So this will be libxtst6-dbg and libxss1-dbg so this works fine: ...


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The problem occurs when configuring a Bochs build with --enable-debugger, and seems to be a bug in Bochs's automatic build configuration wherein it incorrectly omits -pthread from the linker flags on Linux platforms. There is no need to edit the Makefile as suggested in the previous answer. Rather, the workaround is to specify LDFLAGS='-pthread' when ...


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I was using a kernel (v3.13) that is not meant to be used with the distro version I'm using (Ubuntu 14.10). So I installed the latest possible kernel for my distro by running the following command: sudo apt-get install linux-generic It fixed my brightness issue too !


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you need to install linux-headers-3.13.0-27-generic package sudo apt-get install linux-headers-3.13.0-27-generic or better sudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r` this will provide the link /lib/modules/3.13.0-27-generic/build


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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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