You have included the header file in the compilation command. Use the following command:
g++ Vector3D.cpp -o prueba
This command will remove the warning for pragma. However, your CPP file does not contain any main function. So, g++ can not create an executable.
You can change the file to:
Vector3D::Vector3D(float ix,float iy,float ...
I have followed below steps to solve this issue with HP 15-bs1xx Laptop runs Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS (Bionic Beaver) with '5.3.0-26-generic' version of Linux kernel.
Checkout and build rtl wifi code:
git clone -b extended https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git
make && sudo make install
Add '/etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723de.conf' configuration to load ...
Judging by your ls command and the output and this
/build/dspace-6.3-src-release/dspace/src/main/config/lib does not exist.
It seems that for some reason either ant cant setup this directory for some reason or it needs to be setup before hand maybe ?
Try creating the directory manually
Alternatives to install tor are:
You can install the torbrowser-launcher package wich gonna install tor in your home directory
You can add this repository https://2019.www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en (installation in the system)
You can download the binary .tar.xz here https://www.torproject.org/download/
Have you completed installing wxWidgets? This might have been the problem. I faced this too as the documentation did not specify the complete installation of wxWidgets. For complete installation, I navigated to the docs folder in the wxWidgets and then to the gtk folder. According to the instructions there, for complete installation of wxWidgets, the steps ...
tl;dr: You're missing libsoup. Run sudo apt install libsoup2.4-dev
It's a red herring. The script looks for quartz (which is mac-only) and uses it only if available.
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If you need to revert to an earlier version of nv-codec-headers, download and compile an earlier release from https://github.com/FFmpeg/nv-codec-headers/releases.
This may be ...