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In Ubuntu, pnm.h appears to be provided by either the libnetpbm9-dev or libnetpbm10-dev, however the path to the file is /usr/include/pnm.h rather than /usr/include/netpbm/pnm.h so you may need to modify the #include directives in your program's source code. For future reference, you can search package contents online at http://packages.ubuntu.com/ or by ...


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There's a new software i use called ELFex Linker, it creates static exeutables from dynamic executables, and doesnt require access to the source code


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Finally I found the answer, The cross compiler solves the problem, in case of error I edit the makefile and recompile it. try rtwbuild(modelName); catch % If it is linux try to compile using cross compiler % This required the cross compile to be installed disp('Compilation faild'); if strcmp(computer, 'GLNXA64') disp('Trying to ...


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I had this problem too. I needed to (in bash) export VIMRUNTIME=/usr/share/vim/vim73 then run (in vim) :syntax on (In my case vim was looking in /usr/share/vim/vim74, and there is no /usr/local/share/.... I was on an AWS EC2 Ubuntu.) Also it needed to be VIMRUNTIME, not VIMRUNTIMEDIR.


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When I tried to install using this link(Ubuntu Community Wiki), I was able to complete everything, but in the logs it showed the exact same error. After some searching, I found that this is an issue in the system.cpp if you are using a GCC compiler version other than GCC 4.8.2 (I'm using GCC 4.8.4), though officially it states that it should work with any ...


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Your recipe is built in a PPA, shown under "Daily build archive" on the recipe page. Assuming that it won't disrupt other builds in the same PPA, you can visit that PPA and select "Edit PPA dependencies" to add additional PPAs.


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I don't think that there is a short way to do automation to anything, especially when we talk about OS! There will be a number of cases, such as partitioning the disk, only if it will wipe the whole drive and just copy paste the System files without any other consideration. Well, you are right when mentioning Shell scripting as a solution to this because ...


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The problem is, the normal way doesn't work in your control file for Build-Depends. Build-Depends: g++ (>= 5.1.0) But you could use g++-5.1 Build-Depends: g++-5.1 But this more like a cheat and will fail on all systems with g++ newer than 5.1.


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I finally did compile "ModSecurity" apache module on ubuntu 14.4 and have had the *.so file. Well, All what I have done is to install the dependencies that the installation shell can't find. Download APR1.5.2 zip file CD APR1.5.2 sudo ./configure make make test sudo make install (It wasn't allowed for me to install without sudo) The system needed ...


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To make sure the plugins are installed: sudo apt-get install geany-plugins And to run it with root acess (won't work properly without it): sudo geany Then punch in your password. Hope this works for you.


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Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-mate-dev/ppa apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-mate-dev/trusty-mate apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade apt-get install mate-desktop-environment-extras


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Get the packages with apt-get download and extract files that you need. Or set up an armhf chroot on Ubuntu/Debian desktop (using schroot) and build ghc there. Then take files that you need.


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I tried the process above but got an error "Unable to install all modules. see log for details." below is my terminal screen after the process. firmtehnologies@FirmTechnologies:~$ sudo -i Swipe your finger across the fingerprint reader Failed to match fingerprint Swipe your finger across the fingerprint reader Failed to match fingerprint Swipe your ...


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Are you sure you have g++ installed? Use the commands bellow to install g++, if you don't have it already: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install g++ And this question is kind of duplicate of this or this one.


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There is a nodejs-package in the official repositories (15.04). Consider also using nodejs-legacy for the node command. if you want the latest, you can do so via npm: sudo npm cache clean -f sudo npm install -g n sudo n stable


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Try: sudo chown david:david /home/david/.plugman -R This command should give yourself the necessary rights to access the directory and its contents.


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Errors like these: ./thermal_IF.o: In function __static_initialization_and_destruction_0(int, int)': thermal_IF.cpp:(.text+0x3d): undefined reference to sc_core::sc_api_version_2_2_0::sc_api_version_2_2_0() usually indicate that the library you're linking against does not provide the API that the application expects. You said you have systemc2.3.1, ...


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In this case, you need only the below command as there is no configure script or anything else: make Keep in mind, lemonbar (formerly known as bar) is a lightweight bar entirely based on XCB. Therefore you may have to install some other libraries, like libxcb-xinerama0-dev. Currently we have two candidates: sudo apt-get install libxcb-xinerama0-dev sudo ...


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If you prefer to install Oracle JDK, a step by step instruction on installing Oracle JDK 8 is explained in this article : Install Latest Oracle JDK in Ubuntu Step 1: Download the latest JDK(jdk-Xuxx-linux-xXX.tar.gz) from this official link. Step 2: Open the terminal (Ctrl + Alt + T) and enter the following command. sudo mkdir /usr/lib/jvm Step 3: Enter ...


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you can simply specify the architecture via -a in debuild: debuild -a i386 Although in most cases that won't work. pbuilder is a fantastic tool which provides you with a clean Ubuntu/Debian system inside you environment which you can specify the architecture of. man pbuilder has all the info you need you create your 32-bit archive. Here's a couple of ...


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You can not compile it because it is assembler code, i.e. code that is to be executed directly by the CPU. MS DOS 1.1 was just a re-brand of QDOS, an operating system developed for the Intel 8086 architecture. This means that MS DOS 1.1 can not be executed on different architectures. You might be able to execute it with an assembler code interpreter able to ...


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You may be interested in this: https://www.howtoinstall.co/en/ubuntu/utopic/universe/libtomcrypt-dev/ Basically, run this in Terminal: sudo apt-get install libtomcrypt-dev


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Install the development libraries using sudo apt-get install libqt5webkit5-dev to get Qt5WebKitWidgetsConfig.cmake qt5webkitwidgets-config.cmake and start cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr again Sample output ~/tmp/KanColleTool.git] master ± cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr -- The C compiler ...


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sudo apt-get install libssl-dev ./configure --prefix=/usr --libdir=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu sudo make sudo make install Is all I needed to build curl 7.43 on ubuntu 15.04


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Basically, re-compiling the source is as easy as outlined in this code snippet on github, which mainly is making sure that the paths are correct for Ubuntu. Here is a short overview on which paths are important for ubuntu: ./configure --prefix=/etc/nginx \ --sbin-path=/usr/sbin/nginx \ --conf-path=/etc/nginx/nginx.conf \ ...



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