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Where is boost installed on Debian?

I currently don't have a lot of internet quota so I didn't want to install the latest boost libraries. Instead I installed Boost 1.49 using the Synaptic Package Manager and my Debian DVDs. Now that ...
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How to uninstall BOOST 1.49 and install BOOST 1.54 in ubuntu?

I have a boost 1.49 in my ubuntu system. And I am trying to uninstall boost 1.49 and completely remove it from my system. And after that install the Boost 1.54.0 I did like this to uninstall 1.49 ...
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How to compile with third party libs properly?

This is a follow up question to Confusion about linking boost library while compilation: What is to do, when I generate a Makefile by qmake and I have only a third party boost lib installed (I ...
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Confusion about linking boost library while compilation

For a client I needed to add boost 1.54 to the system. So I downloaded the latest version (1.55) and built it within a special directory: /usr/local/lib/boost1.55/. This works. Then I had to adapt the ...
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How to install a custom boost version in CentOS?

I'm trying to compile and install boost 1.54 from source in CentOS. The documentation is pretty straight forward and there are plenty of tutorials in the internet available (1) (2) (3). This is what ...
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How does gcc know where boost is installed

I installed boost using sudo apt-get install on Ubuntu. Later I did not have to give gcc the I flag alongwith the path to the boost libraries to use boost ! Nor did I do any pkg-config --cflags --libs ...
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Installing boost 1.46 in Linux Mint

I've just installed Linux Mint 14. Some application I need requires Boost 1.46. For some reason, it fails to compile with the Boost available in Mint's repo (1.49). Is there a way to install Boost ...
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Linux Boost compilation

I compiled boost by this method on Windows: Go to the directory tools/build/v2/. Run bootstrap.sh Run b2 install --prefix=PREFIX where PREFIX is the directory where you want Boost.Build to be ...
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Can we now find boost 1.48.0 on yum in Fedora 16?

Not sure if this is the right place to ask this question, but I really cannot find any information on the Web. Boost 1.48.0 has been out on the website for two days but there has still been no update ...
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How to update boost of OpenSuse 11.4 to boost version 1.46?

I have 64 bit OpenSuse 11.4 and has boost 1.44. I'm trying to update boost to version 1.46 through 1-Click install of OpenSuse's site. However I'm getting a lot of errors about it's repositories ...
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Are the boost headers separately packaged under Fedora?

The boost C++ library consists of several components. Some components do include shared libraries, other don't. Under a Fedora 14 system I've looked a bit around with yum search boost and rpm -qR and ...