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I got this working on Ubuntu 14.04.1 (Kernel 3.13.0-35-generic), which seems to be similar to what you are running. You will need to make some minor modifications to the driver source files. That means you cannot use the install.sh script as that will always unzip the driver ZIP and overwrite whatever changes you make. Run these commands as root Go to the ...


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Your application is trying to install during the build/compile process. For Debian/Ubuntu packages, the idea is that the package builds and contains the binaries and rules for where to install them. There are debian/PACKAGENAME.install files which you use to define where executables are installed. That is of course assuming you have the binaries compiled ...


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Probably nothing, such warnings are common when you run a GUI app from the terminal. Is anything not working properly?


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right-click on output file and under permissions tab check "Allow executing file as program" to make it as executable program. in terminal use: $ chmod +x myoutput What should you do? You can not run output compiled .c file under Ubuntu in grapgical window. you need to install Qt Creator.It's a full-fledged IDE with a visual form designer, code-editor, ...


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I have searched through various posts trying everything that has been said nothing worked. I am a complete newbie to Linux and know nothing but in all the searching for an answer to the problems with Comodo I was ready to give up. In the end I started to think logically and experimenting and bingo I have a green shield. I searched the TMP file and there was ...


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Ubuntu is not like the Windows operating system you are used to. Old habits are hard to break but the sooner the better. You're gonna have to scrap the whole mentality of downloading an .exe from whoever and installing whatever to your system. That's one of the many reasons windows has so much malware (although, Netbeans Java and Virtualbox etc are better ...


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Open a terminal by pressing CtrlAltT. If you remember where you saved the Python code file (say as first.py in the Desktop folder), use the following command to run it: python2 ~/Desktop/first.py If you're using Python 3.X replace python2 with python3 in the above command. On Ubuntu, python2 and python are the same, but it's always good practice to ...


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Edit the lines as shown below in the makefile and it should compile: FLAGS = -L /lib64 LIBS = -lusb-1.0 -l pthread


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Is there any error message? You may want to try Live DVD to see if the problem occurs. What I have experienced is the USB stick created by Unetbootin does not correctly identify the UUID, causing the boot loader to load properly but cannot go into Ubuntu.


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TL;DR: Based on what you already do have installed, just install pkg-config and you should be good to go. Building the kernel uses Qt if you want to configure what goes into your kernel by running make xconfig. (Which you likely do, as this is one of the friendliest ways to do it.) At least for any remotely recent kernel, you can use Qt 4 instead of Qt 3. ...


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Those packages belong to Qt version 3, which has become obsolete as the current version is 5.3. They are no longer included in repositories. I don't know why you would need those packages anyway. If you've not built a kernel on your system before, there are some packages needed before you can successfully build. You can get these installed with: sudo ...


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The <iostream.h> header is old and deprecated. Instead you should use <iostream> which is the new header. If you still get an error about your header file then check your include directories. Go to "Option" > "Directories..." and check your "Include Directories" for example: /home/user/cpp/custom-includes/


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Does the file exist and do you have read permissions on it. Is it executable, it's directory path needs to be executable. The commands ls -l and chmod will help. Secondly your terminology is a bit microsoft, sh files which execute more like .bat files and binaries which ms calls .exe.


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The recipe to build a custom module might need to be split in thee sections. Setup once $ cd ~ $ apt-get source linux-source-3.13.0 I am too lazy to copy the mvsas specific driver source files, just copy them all to your current working directory. $ cd linux-3.13.0 $ make oldconfig $ make prepare $ make scripts This will prepare some files necessary ...


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The package would be libncurses5-dev for the ncurses development libraries: sudo apt-get install libncurses5-dev


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Fixed it, though I'm not sure exactly what the problem was. I changed two things: First, I installed to a lonely directory (--prefix=/opt/httpd/) next to openssl. I don't think this made a difference, but don't have time to confirm that. Second, I compiled it with apr and apr-util source code (before I was letting it use copies I got from aptitude--the ...


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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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