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You can reinstall all packages from the recovery mode. When booting the computer, you will see a list of all installed operating systems (GRUB). If not, press the left shift during boot. Select the Ubuntu Recovery mode, and in the next screen choose "netroot". There, enter the following command, which will install all packages that come with a default ...


I'm not sure why you're trying to compile libxml2 exactly. You need to install libxml2-dev to be able to build sources which depend on libxml2. You can do sudo apt-get build-dep $package to install the build-dependencies for a particular source package, as well. I'm not sure what the error in your question is exactly. There isn't enough context to say what ...


Your library version is too old. You need libxml2 >=2.9.0 For Trusty and newer install the package libxml2 sudo apt-get install libxml2 remove the old library (backup) mv /opt/lampp/lib/ /opt/lampp/lib/ and create a symbolic link ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ /opt/lampp/lib


You need the development library libpython-dev: sudo apt-get install libpython-dev Currently the command installs libpython2.7-dev $ apt-file search /Python.h [..] libpython2.7-dbg: /usr/include/python2.7_d/Python.h libpython2.7-dev: /usr/include/python2.7/Python.h libpython3.4-dbg: /usr/include/python3.4dm/Python.h libpython3.4-dev: ...

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