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Regarding to for Qt doc: The Qt installers for Linux assume that a C++ compiler, debugger, make, and other development tools are provided by the host operating system. In addition, building graphical Qt applications requires OpenGL libraries and headers installed. Most Linux distributions do not install all of these by default, but setting up a development ...


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It's hard to give a concrete solution without knowing the background of the issue. As a workaround you can create symbolic links : ln -s /where/it/is /where/it/needs/to/be So, for your case: ln -s /usr/local/lib/jderobot/libcolorspacesmm.so /home/ivan/Desktop/jderobot/JdeRobot/src/stable/libs/visionlib/colorspaces/libco‌​lorspacesmm.so ln -s ...


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/usr/local/ contains files that are not installed by the package manager, be it due to a manual installation or additional files downloaded by e.g. an installer script from a package (although those mostly go to /opt/). APT is therefore unaware of the files below that directory. If you installed the libraries manually, e.g. by extracting an archive there, ...


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I've tested on Ubuntu 14.04.2 (the same that cannot run the game obtained from GOG) via Steam and the game runs perfectly fine. Also, consider updating your system, as when I wrote to GOG about why this happens their response was, that this is a common issue to anyone running 14.04.2 due to how the distro is packaged and it containing Utopic graphics ...


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Create two entries in the config file: sudo nano /etc/samba/smb.conf Add those lines: [Media] comment = Media path = /Media read only = yes browseable = yes public = no valid users = henry, carey, deb, guest [Media] comment = Media path = /Media public = no read only = no browseable = yes writable = yes valid users = oliver Restart the ...



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