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

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what are the compilation steps for Firefox in RHEL 6.3?

i have changed the code of Mozilla firefox in /usr/lib64/firefox/omni.ja now i want to compile the firefox so that the changes will get effect.
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Slight change to command to compile C++ program causes error

This morning , I was trying to compile a C++ program using the following command on the command line g++ -o foo.cpp foo I spend about an hour trying t to resolve why I kept getting undefined ...
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CMake Error “Cannot open options file specified with @”

I am having trouble OpenCV with the installation of OpenCV on my machine. I run Ubuntu 12.04. When I run the make command, the computer returns at some point this error: moc: Cannot open options ...
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Problems configuring kernel

Trying to recompile my kernel and getting the following error to support Xen PCI Passthrough.It almost makes it through the whole build then flops out when building the image. dh_testdir ...
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Configuring, compiling and installing a custom Linux kernel

I'd like to try using a kernel other than the one provided by my distro -- either from somewhere else, or as customized by me. Is this difficult or dangerous? Where do I start?
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php --enable-calendar=shared

I have on my Arch linux system, php compiled with --enable-calendar=shared, what does that mean? I couldn't find any relevant information on that topic on the web. Problem is, that I have to ...
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Determine the intel CPU family for C compiler?

I am checking the CPU information on a Linux server, and tuning options of the Intel C compiler icc for my C code running on the server's specific architecture. I am thinking about choosing the value ...
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Kernel 3.13 on Ubuntu ARM + Android kernel options compatibility

I've installed ubuntu 12.04 LTS with the kernel 3.13 on my ARM Samsung / Google Chromebook,using this tutorial : http://www.virtualopensystems.com/en/solutions/guides/kvm-on-chromebook/ I have to ...
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Install kernel module [V4L2]

In order to build and install V4L2 module, do I have to download it, or it is already part of the kernel (and all I have to do is to choose it, in order to build it, via kernel configuration)? I 'm ...
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How to specify a custom include directory in Debian?

I am trying to compile my program on a Debian system via ssh and without root privileges. PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 7 (wheezy)" NAME="Debian GNU/Linux" VERSION_ID="7" VERSION="7 (wheezy)" I ...
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Enabling carl9170 in xconfig

I am building the sunxi-linux kernel for a cubieboard and I need the carl9170 driver to make a usb wifi adapter work. I am using the 3.4 sunxi kernel, and no matter what I do in xconfig, I cannot ...
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Compiling Netcat with DFLAGS [closed]

I've been trying to compile netcat so that I can use the -e option but I am not sure as to how or where to place the custom flags. So far I've done: ./configure Make and then I edit the Makefile ...
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Emerge freezes on raspberry pi without error message

I am trying to install raspberrypi-userland to my gentoo system with the command emerge --ask raspberrypi-userland on my raspberry pi. I am well aware that without cross-compile environment this ...
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Compile proftpd with MySQL authentication support on AIX

Edit 1: The problem seems to be related to MySQL component. because if I remove every SQL directives from config file, it does work on ftp/ftpes, sftp and ftps Edit 2: If I put an existing host ...
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Is there an equivalent of addr2line on AIX system?

I'd like to debug proftpd on AIX and according to the documentation, addr2line is a usefull binary to identify what is not working. Extract of proftpd debugging documentation: The key here for ...
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Long gcc compile time

So far my compilations have either succeeded or failed but his time it just got stuck. I'm compiling gcc on a Linux Synology NAS. However, the compilation process has run for 3 days and I start to ...
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Why does `make install` not produce an rpm?

A little Preface: I'm unable to copy+paste between my Windows PC and a Linux machine that I'm viewing through VNC Viewer and yes the Share Clipboard option is enabled in VNC Settings. Thus I came ...
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How to modify source code of collection of programs of a GNU/Linux OS? [closed]

Basically the title says everything, Ubuntu/Fedora (to mention a few ones) is composed for several applications or programs dedicated each one to a specific task, but I've got a few questions: How ...
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Embedded Linux: Which machine directory to pick in /arch/arm?

I am just starting out with embedded Android drivers, so any help would be great. I haven't found a lot of resources online. At the moment, I am working through a tutorial on porting a driver, and ...
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Why is =sys-libs/glibc-2.16's --enable-kernel is ignored on Gentoo Linux?

I'm trying to build eglibc support for old kernels, 2.6.9 in this case. So I set NPTL_KERNEL_VER in make.conf, and during configuration phrase I can see the --enable-kernel=2.6.9 parameter But this ...
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Selectively build packages with dpkg-buildpackage

When you download source codes with apt-get source command, it usually consists of multiple packages, e.g the eglibc source package contains glibc-doc, libc-bin, etc. Now with dpkg-buildpackage ...
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Cooking EDID and finding values for .S file

It became really annoying and the resolution is bad so I decided to make my EDID and pass that to the Kernel. (I am creating EDID for S20A300B and samsung says in its page the best RES for this ...
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Saving a kernel config file through menuconfig results with different options?

I'm experimenting with different kernel configuration files and wanted to keep a log on the ones I used. Here is the situation: There is configuration file called my_config which i want to use as ...
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Utilizing a newer standalone glibc [duplicate]

We're running RHEL6, which only officially supports glibc 2.12. A user is requesting that we install a newer version. I grabbed 2.18 from http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/glibc/ and had no trouble running ...
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MAME saving but not restoring games

Background I discovered Ms. PacMan some time ago, but you don't see many of that game in arcades. Then I did find out about mame (version 0.145), available on my Linux (Ubuntu) machine and about ...
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Which library files are needed to run a binary with an alternate libc version?

I built Firefox 26 on Mint 16 because the Ubuntu 10.04 build utilities are too old to build it. It does need to run on 10.04, however, since that's the target OS I'm building for. It built and runs ...
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File (products) of a kernel cross compilation

When the kernel is cross compiled (example. make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabi-), what are the newly created files and their meanings? I'm not looking for a detailed explanation of each ...
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How can I compile minix when I make changes in libraries

I am looking for a way to compile minix. The make hdboot command seems to do nothing with the directories under /usr/src/lib. I changed only one .c file in syslib. Do I have to do make world for this ...
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Make Install Linux Kernel Location Change

I have already run make to compile the Linux Kernel 3.12.6, but when I run make install, I don't want it to install it in /boot (as I don't want another OS on the hard disk). How can I change it so it ...
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In makefile when do we use .o files?

In the following make file, what is the significance of adding .o files instead of .c files? CC=gcc CFLAGS=-I. hellomake: hellomake.o hellofunc.o $(CC) -o hellomake hellomake.o hellofunc.o ...
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How to install libesedb? Build error

I'm trying to build the libesedb package so I can read edb files. I went to: http://code.google.com/p/libesedb/wiki/Building and found the following: tar xfv libesedb-alpha-<version>.tar.gz cd ...
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Compiling multiple C++ files with make

I made a makefile to help compile multiple C++ files, but it is giving me "command not found" errors. Could anyone help me to fix it? The errors I get: Make: line 1: main.out::command not found ...
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How to build nginx on Ubuntu with cache_purge module?

I have been trying to rebuild nginx with cache_purge module from here. I did the following and somehow the new build doesn't seem to include the module: Installed nginx Stopped it Installed build ...
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Where to get UUID libraries and code

What is the difference between the libuuid that comes with the util-linux-ng package and the one that comes with e2fsprogs? Also, if I want to compile libuuid from source, where should I get said ...
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Cross compiling libSDL

I'm trying to cross-compile libSDL version 1.2 for a custom made, Debian based Linux system. The toolchain I'm using is already configured properly so that I just run gcc/g++ on the desired code and ...
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GNU Screen: you have neither usable sockets nor usable pipes

I am trying to build GNU screen on CentOS 6 Minimal and When I type the command ./configure it gives me this error you have neither usable sockets nor usable pipes -> no screen I tried to use ...
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Install libxcb from source

I try to install libxcb from source, but I have an error, I do not understand why, this the error: configure: error: Package requirements (pthread-stubs xau >= 0.99.2) were not met: No package ...
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Installing PostgreSQL 9.0 on RHEL 6.4 (How to get Yum to Include a version of OpenSSL I built from source)

I receive the following errors from yum install postgresql90-server: Error: Package: postgresql90-9.0.15-1PGDG.rhel6.x86_64 (pgdg90) Requires: libssl.so.10(libssl.so.10)(64bit) Error: Package: ...
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Error compiling FTDI VCP drivers: Cannot find version.h

driver installation fails of FTDI VCP driver during make install. Running ElementaryOS with kernel 3.11.0-14-generic make install awk: cannot open ...
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Compiling code from apue

Just now I have began reading the book: Advanced Programming in the UNIX® Environment. I wanted to try running its first code example. I am running Scientific Linux 6.4. I downloaded the source code ...
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How can I automatically include all firmware needed by selected Linux kernel modules

I have certain modules which I need compiled into the kernel. Some of these modules require firmware, which used to be automatically included from /usr/src/linux/firmware/. However, no new firmware ...
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How can I install M4 on Linux, avoiding the dependency loop with Automake and Autoconf?

I am trying to install GNU M4 on my Chromebook using the 1.4.17 tarball, but when I run ./configure and thenmake I get an error related to aclocal, which is apparently part of the GNU Automake ...
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Where does g++ store compiled sources?

I compiled an application with a Makefile and g++ and it turned out, that g++ doesn't have to recompile the whole application again when I modify the Makefile (I changed to paths to the dynamic link ...
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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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Minimal Linux, stuck at building GRUB

I am trying to build a minimal linux, for experimenting out with drivers (LLD 3 book refers kernel version 2.6.10). LFS looks out to be a hell of a task, and I am not sure of if I would be able to ...
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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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Compiling python .py to .pyc doesn't happen

I have read that python will compile the source file .py by itself to produce .pyc, but this doesn't happen in my case. I have the source file inside /opt/osqa folder where I always have to use sudo ...
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compiling bash 4.2 with patches

I want to compile bash 4.2 from source. but http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/bash-4.2.tar.gz is more 2 years old. Should i apply all the patches from http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/bash-4.2-patches?
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When should one compile and install from source?

To install software on a Linux system, many tools like yum, apt-get, rpm, dpkg and so on are available to either fetch a package from a repository or install a downloaded package. Alternatively, it ...
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Do applications usually use dynamic linked libraries?

If I want to compile an application which needs packages that are not provided by distribution's package manager and I want to generate a distribution package from it, do users who use this ...