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    Re: Missing Headers / configure problems

    Newer kernels have moved version.h from include/linux. You can link it,

    sudo ln -s /usr/src/linux-headers-`uname -r`/include/generated/uapi/linux/version.h /usr/src/linux-headers-`uname...
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    Re: cannot compile mamegui

    probably something like

    $ sudo apt-get install gnome-doc-utils
    then regenerate the macros to get GNOME_DOC

    $ autoreconf -fi
    $ ./configure
    might work
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    Re: Using Autotools with subdirectories

    Ah, this is what I was thinking of
    http://www.gnu.org/savannah-checkouts/gnu/automake/manual/html_node/VPATH-Builds.html
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    Re: Using Autotools with subdirectories

    Certainly I'm no expert on autotools but I don't think they work that way, in the sense of having objects and binaries sent to separate directories. Think of it more in terms of having a source tree...
  5. Re: Marking a package as not explicitly installed, but keep it as an installed depend

    Have a look at

    $ apt-mark auto <package>or older apts use

    $ apt-get markauto <package>Might be what you're looking for
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    Re: gcc 4.6 to 4.7 Ubuntu 12.04

    +1 for this, use a virtual machine for this if possible though, if you've got a reasonably new machine it can be perfect for testing out toolchains
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing an outdated package

    You're missing a dependency, apt-file search <something.h> is often good for these, in this case its


    $ sudo apt-get install zlib1g-dev
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing an outdated package

    This works for building Summon on 64bit Ubuntu 12.04

    * Download Summon http://sourceforge.net/projects/summon/files/latest/download?source=files
    * Download Ramp (in TPP)...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing an outdated package

    I'll put together a howto later, thats probably simpler, see how you get on with that
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing an outdated package

    Your last error looks like the path to RAMP isnt set properly, heres a diff of my working Makefile

    --- Makefile 2008-02-11 11:27:39.000000000 +0000
    +++...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing an outdated package

    Just to be clear, the suggestion I made works on 12.04, with a few header updates (<cstdlib> and <cstring> may need added in a few files). The binary appears to work but then I haven't tested it to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing an outdated package

    My guess is that base64 has now been renamed ramp_base64, try renaming tose references in Summon's Makefile
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    Re: Bloodshed Dev c++, just a thought.

    The chances that the compiler is faulty is usually tiny compared to the probability that your code is not doing what you expect it is. when one compiler skips something and another doesn't I'd tend...
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    Re: How to locate patch rejects file?

    I'd have thought it was but anyway, if it exists anywhere in the source tree then


    $ find ./ -name '*.rej'
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    Re: Source Code Compiling Error - VLC

    When you see this in a configure stage

    configure: error: No package 'dbus-1' found.

    it usually means you're missing the development package (those ending with -dev)
    in this case

    $ apt-cache...
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    Re: opengazer fails to compile

    And you may or may not want 'backtrace full' too
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    Re: opengazer fails to compile

    -g and -O0 are the options to g++ you'll want to try
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    Re: opengazer fails to compile

    The object files need to come before the linker libraries, probably change the Makefile


    opengazer: $(objects)
    g++ $(CPPFLAGS) -o $@ `pkg-config cairomm-1.0 opencv gtkmm-2.4 --libs` $(LINKER)...
  19. Re: configure: error: Could not link against !

    Seems that this is configuring itself to look for libraries in lib64/ if it finds itself on x86-64, hence the linking issue. You can change it with...

    # libsubdir is setup in m4 scripts
    $ grep -r...
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    [SOLVED] Re: udev - compiling into .deb issues

    This isnt giving up, it looks fine (apart from inevitable warnings) and I imagine its built the source package ok. if you look in directory above do you not find tarball and .dsc files?
    -S will...
  21. Re: g++ installation on precise with no network connection

    Unless you've got your heart set on compiling everything from source I'd recommend instead that you look into apt-offline. It'll generate the needed package list, including dependencies, on your...
  22. Re: should bash completion be installed by make?

    Personally I would have thought it's a packaging thing, it's a thing relating to integration into a distribution, rather than intrinsic to the software itself. I've no idea if theres a policy on it,...
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    Re: No such file or directory error

    I think this is a problem to do with
    https://wiki.linaro.org/OfficeofCTO/HardFloat/LinkerPathCallApr2012
    which is 'in progress' to be fixed I imagine
    You could compile -static I suppose for the...
  24. Re: how to compile quagga using default current ubuntu compiled package ?

    Are you building a debian package with

    $ debuild -b -us -uc
    If you're compiling a straight build from source (no packaging) then you'll need to look at debian/rules to see what options debian...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Create a deb

    This automatic method of assigning a version from git is failing leaving a blank version in the generated changelog, which causes the debuild to fail
    Autobuild/debian.sh:
    VER=`git describe | sed...
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