Compiling is the process of transforming source code into byte codes for a particular computer architecture.

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Compile network card driver on debian

I buy a new network card , D-Link DGE-528T. My OS is Debian(Jessie) kernel : 3.16.0-4-amd64 but it can't detect the new network card, so I must to compile driver by myself. follow README file. ...
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./configure: What is an insane build environment?

./configure always checks whether the build environment is sane... I can't help but wonder what exactly a insane build environment is. What errors can this check raise?
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Compile Solr source code into WAR

I'm trying to compile Solr 4.10.4 (on Ubuntu 14.04) from source so that I can make use of a patch. I've applied the patch, and successfully compiled the source code. But where do I find the compiled ...
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Why does Chromium use so much disk space on Gentoo Linux?

I am a newbie on Linux, and I have chosen Gentoo for my Linux distribution. I installed it in VirtualBox for practice purposes only, so I just gave it 10GB of disk space. Yesterday when I tried to ...
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How to test modified FreeBSD source code?

I am trying to modify the default congestion control algorithm in FreeBSD (NewReno) by creating a copy of the source file (cc_newreno.c, located in /usr/src/sys/netinet/cc) called cc_newreno_mod.c and ...
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Make does not compile modules. Error: Building modules, stage 2. MODPOST 0 modules

I have banana pi and installed debian with kernel 3.19.3-bananapi from http://www.igorpecovnik.com/2014/09/07/banana-pi-debian-sd-image/ So I want to compile a module so I downloaded kernel from ...
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build X11R7.7 from sources - in which order

Is there an automatic way to understand the order in which individual libraries of the X11R7.7 package should be built when I want to build all of util, lib and xcb?
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“un-select” behavior in kconfig

Are there any ways to generate the behavior of an "un-select" over an option? I don't want the option to disappear ("depends on" behavior), but just the opposite behavior of "select". Thank you very ...
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Build linux-menuconfig results in: “*** Error during update of the configuration.”

I try to build the Linux kernel with Buildroot using Docker. I've created a simple Docker image: FROM debian:7 MAINTAINER OrangeTux RUN apt-get update && \ apt-get install -y \ ...
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How do I install programs in /usr/local if they shouldn't be compiled by root?

Somewhere in the back of my brain is the memory of reading a cautionary internet voice warning against compiling (i.e. running make) as the root user. Perhaps it's something like this story ...
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Where (the directory) should I put my newly created module in the kernel?

I have created new module code. And want to compile it for my kernel. But I am not sure about I thing. Should I copy it to some designated directory before I start the compilation? Or I can just ...
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Deleting all old files after rebuilding world on FreeBSD

I'm rebuilding world and would like to have every other file not created by the rebuilding of world to be deleted. Is there some mergemaster option for this?
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creating an RPM with parameter from source code

How do I build an RPM from the following source code: http://wiki.nginx.org/Fcgiwrap#Manual_Install Is it like in this link: http://kwave.sourceforge.net/doc/en/building_rpm_from_git.html Do I need to ...
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Could not find compiler “ g++” in PATH? [closed]

I keep getting this error trying to compile hhvm. It is pointing to " g++" instead of "g++", how do i fix that as i am sure that g++ is in the path.
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How to use a package revision not yet in the published nixpkgs (but described in the development bracnhes of nixpkgs)?

I'd like to use the new release of ghc (7.10, because of a new feature -- static ptr), and I'm using a single-user nix environment. I don't find the wanted new release in the published lists at ...
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rtmpdump compile without root, librtmp.so.1 => not found

So I have successfully compiled it to ~/.local by editing the prefix option in the makefile to prefix=~/.local the program compiles fine, and I did the same with librtmp. When running ldd on the ...
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Find default options used for compiling an application (SQlite in this case )

On compiling sqlite 3.8.8.3 on a debian(vagrant) I am getting significantly lower performance, as compared to the pre-compiled version on windows(same 3.8.8.3) and even compared to the .deb(3.7) from ...
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How to install/compile module in Debian without using Full Kernel, only by using the already installed kernel headers

I am a newbie in Linux/Debian and searched the internet for a few days but didn't managed to find any good tutorial. Can someone explain step by step how to install a module on a kernel with headers ...
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Can I compile in one computer and 'make install' in another?

Given two computers A and B with the same specifications, both with the same Linux distribution, is it possible to 'make' compile in computer A and copy the directory to computer B and 'make install' ...
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Is it possible to compile the Linux-Libre kernel without LILO?

I'd like to compile/install the Linux-Libre kernel but I don't want to use LILO as a bootloader since I already have GRUB, is it possible to do?
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configuring kernel source for manual module compilation

I need to compile an xpad module from source, system is debian wheezy, the platform is ci20. I cannot locate linux headers-3.0.8-(...) anywhere (not on the system, not on the web, not in official ...
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Change the root password of a Linux image

I'm building a jessie build of Debian. Passwords are saved in /etc/shadow in the build tree, but they are salted obviously so I cannot change it just by editing the file. If this was my installed ...
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Debian packaging: custom file extensions for lib* package

I'm a newcomer in debian packaging. Currently I'm making attempts to build deb packages from C++ (and Cmake configured) project providing some shared library. The problem is non-standard extension ...
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Running application compiled on another distribution

I wonder whether I can compile application on one Linux distribution and use it on another Linux distribution (same CPU architecture). If not what problems I can run into? Only problems which came to ...
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Find out which kernel source files were used when kernel was compiled

I am compiling the Linux kernel for my specific hardware and I only select the drivers/options which I really need. This is in contrast to a typical distribution kernel, where they compile almost ...
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Maximus not compiling Manjaro linux

I'm trying to compile the maximus package in Manjaro Linux and I can't seem to succeed. So far I've tried; yaourt -S maximus ==> Downloading maximus PKGBUILD from AUR... x 1.patch x ...
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glib errors on cygwin

I want to compile and install geany text editor in Windows 7 by using cygwin. I follow the usual way to compile and install C source: ./configure make make install the configure script was ...
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Compiling a loadable kernel module outputs several warnings about undefined functions [closed]

This question is a follow up of this one. I am trying to compile the ELF loader as an individual LKM and use it as a standalone application(replacing the original module within the base kernel sounds ...
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How to insert a modified ELF loader given the current ELF loader is present?

I need to modify the ELF loader's kernel implementation of an Ubuntu 14.04 distribution. Having downloaded the sources using: sudo apt-get source linux-image-$(uname -r) I ran the configuration ...
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Trying to make a Universal Makefile

I'm working on my own netfilter module for the first time. According to internet documentation, The simplest module contains the following C code: //'Hello World' kernel module, logs call to ...
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installing tmux on Ubuntu 8.04

Spending the weekend getting an inherited Ubuntu 8.04 in shape. Has to run for 2 more years (company internal, so security not really an issue). Trying to install tmux 1.9a from source (not in the ...
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How to get a grsecurity kernel on Debian Wheezy using the linux-patch-grsecurity2 package?

There is a package linux-patch-grsecurity2. But it seems to be lacking documentation. How to make use of linux-patch-grsecurity2 to get a grsecurity enabled kernel?
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Is there any automatic tool for installing required libraries to compile a program from source?

I want to know if there is any tool that, given the output of configure, cmake, autoconf or whatever library/dependencies matcher you have; installs the required packages/sources for you from your ...
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/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lc when compiling netcat

I'm trying to compile external-netcat (first for my system, then I'll try for an external embedded device, hence the 'external-netcat') When trying to compile it for my desktop, by running make ...
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How to update all Debian packages from source code?

For building packages from source code, there is apt-get source --compile pkg-name. But for it to work, one has to run apt-get build-dep pkg-name beforehand, which downloads binary packages. Is it ...
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Compiling kernel but doesn't build kernel modules

I am trying to compile a linux-sunxi kernel for my Banana pi. Using this link: http://sunxi.org/Linux_Kernel#Compilation Unfortunately I am getting the following message at the bottom when I am ...
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Building cURL 7.40.0 and OpenSSL 1.0.2 from source: Headers and library doesn't match

I would like to ask for assistance, related to cURL and OpenSSL, both of them, built from sources. OS is Debian 7, latest version, minimal and clean install. Only installed packages: apt-get -y ...
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Using autoreconf without root rights on a prefix path results in a corrupted configure-script

I am trying to compile a package (libdrm-2.4.59) and to use sed and autoreconf to remove a dependency: sed -e "/pthread-stubs/d" -i configure.ac && autoreconf -fiv It produces the following ...
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Kernel compilation for minimum program execution

Compiling the Kernel requires me to configure modules. I am unsure how to configure a Kernel which only supports following things: Programs compiled with gcc on other machines (glibc). I want to run ...
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Compiling LibSSH2 with specific LibSSL

I have downloaded and compiled the latest version of libssl, the result of which is located at /usr/local/ssl. I want to compile libssh2 using the files in this folder, and to do that I've set the ...
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Compile static tmux with libutempter support

I'd like to fix issue for tmux when it can't report username via logname: logname: no login name I'm using steps below: # lets assume all other prerequisites are compiled already # and ...
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“fatal error: stdio.h : No such file or directory” while compiling a C file [closed]

Trying to compile following code in terminal i got root@debian:/home/mz2/Documentos# LANG=C ./soma.c ./soma.c: line 2: syntax error near unexpected token `(' ./soma.c: line 2: `int soma (int a, int ...
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Missing kernel headers, but need them to install the Wifi driver

I am trying to install Kali on my Lenovo Yoga13, but after formatting the disk the setup failed to install grub because of no internet access (no Ethernet, need driver to get Wifi to work). So, I ...
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Build the same source package for different Debian based distros

I wand to build multiple .deb packages from same source for different versions and distros. Even if the source code is exactly same, some files in debian folder can not be shared because different ...
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Error openSSL appears to lack for elliptic curve cryptography? What's that mean and how to resolve it?

I followed this step to compile Bitcoin code, but got an error. Could you please explain what the problem is and how can it be resolved? Error: [root@localhost bitcoin-0.10.0rc1]# bitcoind Error: ...
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Apache2 'Server' header reports wrong openSSL version

Does anyone know where the Apache 'Server' header pulls the openSSL version from (file location/directory)? I am expecting openssl-1.0.1j but apache is reporting openssl-1.0.1g (system's openssl ...
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Change the kernel in downloaded Ubuntu Image [closed]

I'm adding multiple new system calls to kernel. I want to test my custom kernel by making an bootable ISO out of it trying to boot on another machine. As a part of making this bootable ISO, I got ...
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Build system for shell scripts

At my workplace, there is a Bash script which is used to list Oracle databases running on a farm. I have made some modifications to it, using some inlined Python code (ex: python -c "import sys..."). ...
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Why is necesary to compile the entire kernel for a simple patch?

So I am patching my kernel to fix my Bluetooth and building using this guide https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/BuildYourOwnKernel Why do I have to compile the entire kernel which takes about an hour?
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How to tell the compiler to search some libs inside /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu

I try to compile a project, I got the source files from git hub. But when I launch make, the compilation complains that the dependency on wayland-server is not met. However, I have wayland ...