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The doc files are usually in /usr/share/doc/. To check it, you can use apt-file apt-file list gsl-doc-pdf or dpkg (only if the package is already installed) dpkg -L gsl-doc-pdf The output of the first is $ apt-file list gsl-doc-pdf gsl-doc-pdf: /usr/share/doc/gsl-doc-pdf/changelog.Debian.gz gsl-doc-pdf: /usr/share/doc/gsl-doc-pdf/copyright ...


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I had this issue - it was because Anaconda2 didn't have the GLIBCXX_3.4.20 version of whatever that thing is. Only up to .19, the same as yours. However, Ubuntu's library did have it. So I just created a softlink/shortcut in the Anaconda library to the actual Linux library containing that GLIBCXX_3.4.20, replacing the previous one, and it worked fine after ...


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I installed libnetcdf with linuxbrew, and linked libnetcdf.so.7 to libnetcdf.so.6. It works well on my Ubuntu 14.04 so far. After linuxbrew has been installed and updated properly, install libnetcdf with brew install homebrew/science/netcdf then create the symbolic link with ln -s $HOME/.linuxbrew/lib/libnetcdf.so.7 $HOME/.linuxbrew/lib/libnetcdf.so.6 ...


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The arc4random function is a BSD utility that is not part of the standard C library on Ubuntu. To use it, I think that you will need to install the libbsd-dev package, and then include the BSD version of the header explicitly using #include <bsd/stdlib.h> You will then need to link your executable with the libbsd library by adding -lbsd to your ...


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I would not recommend that. You're much better off looking into config management like Puppet or Chef (or any of the others, whichever suits you best) to manage it best. You can then pin certain packages pretty easily to versions and ensure that all machines are running all the same packages etc. You should be able to get yourself in a position where all ...



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