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There are several option available to do graphics programming on Ubuntu , Here I am explaining two methods 1. Using SDL If you want to use graphics.h on Ubuntu platform you need to compile and install libgraph. It is the implementation of turbo c graphics API on Linux using SDL. It is not very powerful and suitable for production quality application, but ...
Put your arguments for the linker after instead of before your other arguments to gcc: ek@Ilex:~/source$ gcc -lreadline read_test.c /tmp/cc1IuVNQ.o: In function `main': read_test.c:(.text+0xe): undefined reference to `readline' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status ek@Ilex:~/source$ gcc read_test.c -lreadline ek@Ilex:~/source$ ./a.out enter text>foo ...
I got the MBpart1ep0.f to compile as an amd64 binary instead of i386, so this might be easier. sudo apt-get install gfortran libmathlib2-dev libcuba3-dev I then compiled with: gfortran -o out10 MBpart1ep0.f -lmathlib -lcuba Unfortunately, the out10 file segfaults immediately with the call to cuhre_. Looking at the code, the problem seems to be that the ...
Since you are unpacking binaries into your system it will be faster for you to just uninstall and install packages again. Uninstall sudo apt-get remove libboost-all-dev Then install it again with sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev Lastly you can clean up with sudo apt-get autoremove
I have similar problems with installing boost iostream. I am installing the newest version of boost 1.56 which is not available in Ubuntu PPA repositories. I had this error: gcc.compile.c++ target/boost/bin.v2/libs/iostreams/build/gcc-4.8/release/link-static/runtime-link-static/threading-multi/bzip2.o libs/iostreams/src/bzip2.cpp:20:56: fatal error: ...
The only thing that finally worked was to install the deb package myself... https://packages.debian.org/sid/libphonon-dev
On my system there isn't this package, but thee is something available called libphonon4qt5. I suggest you go into synaptic, search for phonon and pick the package you need.
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