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

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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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“gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-qversion'” while configuring APR [closed]

I want to install APR , although the gcc installed but I have an Error! foo@bar$ ./configure --prefix=/Web checking build system type... x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu checking host system type... ...
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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, MODPOST 0 modules

Building modules, stage 2. MODPOST 0 modules I am trying to compile a linux-sunxi kernel for my Banana pi. Using this link: http://sunxi.org/Linux_Kernel#Compilation Unfortanately I am getting ...
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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 ...
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How to use programs with MPI?

Is it possible to use programs with MPI for example blender? Is it a mpi program by only adding the source file "mpi.h" or is there any way to simply convert an existing program for the use with mpi? ...
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Cannot compile any software

I have Linux Mint 17. I wanted to compile python 3.4.2 from source. During the ./configure command, everything went well until an error came out. configure: creating ./config.status ./config.status: ...
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Combining parts of original Android with newer sources to create a new image [closed]

Hi I wanted to talk to the pros on the compiling and decompiling Android source and binaries respectively. Is it possible to decompile an Android OS running in a device and get its source, so that you ...
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How do I compile the latest apache2 on ubuntu using the original layout, configuration and configure options

I needed to compile apache2 on ubuntu but I wanted it to use the original configuration and layout. It took me a very long time to find the information to do this, so I thought I would create this ...
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Trouble compiling RealTek Wifi Drivers rtl8192ce on Fedora 21

o/ Greetings, I was wondering if anyone else had trouble with the Realtek 8192cu drivers from Realtek. They have an install bash script to help, however it first failed due to missing the ...
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How to properly build a minimal FreeBSD kernel?

Is there any proper way to build a minimal kernel for FreeBSD? The FreeBSD Handbook has the lack of information about this. By default /boot/kernel directory has the pretty big size - around 450MB. I ...
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libevent… configure: error: not found, cannot proceed

I received the following error while trying to build pgBouncer from source. This occurred during the configure phase (OS:Ubuntu12.04). Any solutions? checking for library containing gethostbyname... ...
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CROSS compilation of BTRFS file system

We are developing Beaglebone black based custom board, We are planing to use eMMC for storage. To decide the file system on the eMMC we want to cross compile Btrfs user space utility, Does anyone know ...
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Compiler cannot find header file, do I add the directory to PATH?

I am trying to work with gtk which is located at /usr/include/gtk-3.0/gtk/ .., but all of the header files in the toolkit have #include <gtk/gtk.h>. Aside from adding /usr/local/gtk-3.0 to ...
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When building a new kernel in OpenBSD 5.6, can the name of `config` be something else?

I am using the release version of OpenBSD 5.6 and have to apply a patch called 004_kernexec.patch.sig (URL: http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/patches/5.6/common/004_kernexec.patch.sig ) An excerpt ...
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RT3070 driver will not compile

I'm trying to compile the RT3070 driver on Arch but it's not compiling. When I run make some of the files compile but most others spit out error messages and do not compile. I don't know what to do to ...
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Building KDE from source?

I am trying build the kde from the source available on https://www.kde.org/info/4.14.3.php, but I am a bit lost about the order of installation of the packages listed on the page, which would give me ...
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Why apache binaries built with gcc 64-bits are mixed 32 and 64 bits?

On Solaris 10 I built gcc 4.9.0 for 64 bit. At least I thought I did. I'm building an Apache based stack, and other prerequisite tools. If I build apache file shows a 64bit httpd: file ...
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No build scripts available when compiling module outside of Linux source tree

I am attempting to build a basic module outside of the Linux source tree (3.18.0-rc6). When I build it, I get an error saying it couldn't find scripts/... My directory setup looks like this ...
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What does “GLib-CRITICAL” error mean? [duplicate]

I'm trying to working with complearn, I installed complearn- toolkits , gui etc. from terminal window. Now I'm trying ncd (normalized compression distance) code samples to find similarity distance ...
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How to build dnscrypt plugins?

I tried to build a plugin for DNSCrypt, but it keeps telling me that it needs some other files. I need to know how I can build it, and I've never compiled a package from scratch. I've always been ...
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Why is this Python package trying to use a non-existent gcc?

I'm trying to install PyCrypto for Python 3 on Solaris. Whether I do it via "python3 setup.py install" or "pip3 install pycrypto", I run into the same problem: a call is made to a gcc which does not ...
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Types of dynamic linking in Unix/Linux environments

When creating a windows static library, we simply create a .lib file which should be included in the linker path. When creating a windows shared library, along with the .dll, we also a generate a ...
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Error compiling custom kernel with a new usb serial driver

I have tried compile a driver for my kernel 3.13.0-40-generic. I have also tried compile a custom kernel with this driver but both have failed. The name of the driver is vizzini for Linux ...
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what does “ gbp:error: upstream/1.5.13 is not a valid treeish” mean?

I want to build a debian package with git build package.(gbp) I passed all steps, and at least, when I entered gbp buildpackage, This error appeared. what does it mean? and what should I do? ...
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Applying patch to the uClibc

I have a buildroot package that I need to build. When I issue the 'make' command, it runs until it errors out with "lutimes undeclared". After lengthy research, it appears that uClibc needs to be ...
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float.h library not found when compiling gtk+3/vte app with Homebrew

I get the following error when I try to compile my application. I have installed all dependencies using Homebrew, looked at output from "brew doctor", nothing clear on how to solve this problem. I ...
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default llvm toolchain issue on Mac

Recently I have been using Mac 10.10; but I find that the compilation toolchain is a bit odd to me. It's known to us that on recent Mac OS versions the default gcc is a faked one that is based on ...
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Getting “cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory” error while run time

I have successfully compiled the file but now I am getting following errors export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/mcr/v717/sys/java/jre/glnxa64/jre/lib/amd64/server/:D_LIBRARY_PATH ./invoke ./invoke: error ...
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Different USE flags for a binary package server and host

I have 2 systems that both run Gentoo. I want to use one to build binary packages for the other and have been following this wiki article. One problem I have is that I have different use flags for my ...
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How to solve these issues installing OIS?

I am trying to install OIS on Ubuntu 13.10 because I am trying to install orgre because I am trying to install FreeOrion. Anyway, here is the page I am following: link which fails in step 1.1 at the ...
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How to set C++11 as my default compiler?

I am using ubuntu. When programming in C++, the nullptr keyword is not recognized by the compiler. It says "it's not declared at this scope". It doesn't work, even though I set the flag -std=c++11
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Install latest GTK without building myself

I'm using GTK3.4 and I need to update to > GTK3.10 for a theme editor I would like to use. I've never built something like that from source and the task looks a bit daunting. I've looked at what's ...