in installing o3 i am having trouble when it comes to:
The "sys" module is now called "util". It should have a similar interface.
Checking for program g++ or c++ : /usr/bin/g++
Checking for program cpp : /usr/bin/cpp
Checking for program ar : /usr/bin/ar
Checking for program ranlib : /usr/bin/ranlib
Checking for g++ : ok
Checking for node path : not found
Checking for node prefix : ok /home/justin/cloud9ide
23:24:59 runner system command -> ['/usr/bin/g++', '-g', '-O3', '-msse2', '-ffast-math', '-fPIC', '-DPIC', '-D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE', '-D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64', '-D_GNU_SOURCE', '-IRelease/include', '-I../include', '-IRelease/hosts', '-I../hosts', '-IRelease/modules', '-I../modules', '-IRelease/deps', '-I../deps', '-I/home/justin/cloud9ide/include/node', '../hosts/node-o3/sh_node_libs.cc', '-c', '-o', 'Release/hosts/node-o3/sh_node_libs_1.o']
../include/cSys_posix.h: In member function ‘virtual void o3::cMessageLoop:ost(const o3:elegate&, o3::iUnk*)’:
../include/cSys_posix.h:414:43: warning: ignoring return value of ‘ssize_t write(int, const void*, size_t)’, declared with attribute warn_unused_result [-Wunused-result]
[3/3] cxx_link: build/Release/hosts/node-o3/sh_node_1.o build/Release/hosts/node-o3/sh_node_libs_1.o -> build/Release/o3.node
there is no build/Release/o3.node?
is there a way to fix it? i am really interested in learning to program so i can make my own media player that will hopefully fix the major issues i have been having with banshee, rhythmbox and songbird.
If Ubuntu had 31 flavors then we could call it Baskin' Ubuntu.
I haven't tested this on Oneiric.
when I tried this command: bin/cloud9.sh
I got an error saying
support/node-builds-v4/node-linux32: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.0.9.8: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
It would be kind of you if you can help me out here.
Hi! thx for the tutorial! There is just one little problem: When I run theI get the error:Code:~/local/node ~/local/cloud9/bin/cloud9.js -w ~/pathtoyourproject.Code:bash: ~/local/node: Is a directory
Does anyone know how to fix it?
Okay this guide is kind of old now. These directions will only get you version 0.5 because they no longer use the devel branch anymore. This sucks because latest release has nice features like autocompete. So anyway this is how I did it (I think).
I'm not sure if all these packages are necessary or not but just to make sure I'll include this.
You'll want to install nodejs, nodejs-dev and npm from the repositories. I used Synaptic but I guess doing the following command might work. (I'm not certain but it's possible just doing the below command will pull in all of the dependencies you'll need.)Code:sudo apt-get install -y build-essential g++ curl libssl-dev apache2-utils git libxml2-dev
And last I just installed Cloud9 by doingCode:sudo apt-get install -y nodejs nodejs-dev npm
Bingo something like the following should pop up in your running browser.Code:git clone git://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9.git cd cloud9/ bin/cloud9.sh
To Launch cloud9 using your project path do:
(I don't have a 64bit system)Code:~/cloud9/support/node-builds-v4/node-linux32 ~/cloud9/bin/cloud9.js -w ~/pathtoyourproject
Last edited by Wexlatron; March 21st, 2012 at 12:16 AM. Reason: Added new method used for launching with project path
Everything seems to work OK until I actually type in my.ip.address:3000 into my browser.
I've tried adding port 3000 to iptables but it doesn't seem to help.
Does this only work locally?