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

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How do I compile wxWidgets with the same options as the package as the repository?

I am compiling wxWidgets as a pre-step to compiling the newest version of pgAdmin3 since there isn't a deb version in the repository that supports version postgres 9.2. I am having troubles and ...
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Compile Unix with a custom application [duplicate]

I wonder, is it possible to compile Unix along with a my custom program so that it runs only my custom program on start up of computer, as if my program starting with boot up?
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PHP compilation - link to library

I am compiling php 5.3.13 on my server. I want to create an autonome php5 folder. So prefix is: /usr/local/php5 In this folder I have a lib folder, where I put all lib needed for php to be executed ...
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User Mode Linux compile fails

I am trying to compile User Mode Linux on a 64 bit machine with defconfig and getting the following error. arch/x86/um/user-offsets.c:1: sorry, unimplemented: code model "large" not supported yet ...
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How can I compile and install the latest FFmpeg on Linux?

I want to install the latest version of ffmpeg on Linux (Ubuntu/Debian). It should meet requirements to stream via rtmp, convert streams with x264, create segment files to stream to IOS devices. How ...
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Can't compile XBMC 12 because of TAGLIB problem

I am trying to compile the latest version of XBMC on CentOS 6 x64 but on ./configure I get: checking for TAGLIB... no configure: error: Could not find a required library. Please see the README for ...
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What package could “linux-headers-3.7.5-1-ARCH” mean?

I'm debugging a closed-source software installer that seems to have some pre-conceived notions about my distribution. The installation aborts after not finding apt-get. The command it attempts to run ...
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How does a package like ATLAS know which fortran compiler to use?

How does a package like ATLAS know which compilers I have installed on my system? For example, say that I install a local version of gfortran, how do I "register it" in the system so that a package ...
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Creating deb file: hidden files specification by `install` file

I'm creating a deb-file and enumerating the files and paths I need to have in the package using the install file. It looks like dir1/* path1 dir2/* path2 ... But in a result deb-file there are no ...
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Emacs on OpenBSD for DEC VAX?

I have managed to install OpenBSD 5.2 on my DEC VaxStation 4000 Model 90 but to my surprise have not found a binary for Emacs (any version) for the VAX architecture. As best as I can tell I do not see ...
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Errors during 32-bit glibc2.17 compile

I'm trying to compile the current glibc (2.17) from the official ftp on my machine (kernel 3.7.3). No patches or extras are applied. For x86_64 everything works fine, but I need the 32-Bit libs as ...
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When compiling I get an error, `@LIBICONV@: No such file or directory`?

When I run make for flac, I get this gcc: error: @LIBICONV@: No such file or directory make[3]: *** [flac] Error 1 make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/ubuntu/flac/src/flac' make[2]: *** [all-recursive] ...
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How do I resolve the following error during “configure: error: XSLT configuration could not be found”

When compiling Icecast 2, I get this error when I run autogen.sh: $ autogen.sh ... stuff ommitted configure: error: XSLT configuration could not be found What is the reason for it, and how do I fix ...
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What steps are involved in porting an Xorg OpenGL app to DirectFB?

I'm looking for a birds-eye view on porting a small app1 that uses some OpenGL functions from it's home on Xorg to run in a more stand-alone fashion using DirectFB. I am unfamiliar with both C and ...
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USB Driver Compilation Error

I'm currently trying to compile a Linux USB UART driver, which is provided here: http://www.exar.com/connectivity/uart-and-bridging-solutions/usb-uarts/xr21v1410 The driver consists of 2 header files ...
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Which library are LO headers belonging to?

I'm trying to configure liquidsoap and compile it from source. The ./configure process gets stuck at this point: checking lo/lo.h usability... no checking lo/lo.h presence... no checking for ...
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mounting udev on /dev failed: No such device

I am trying to compile Linux kernel 3.2.36 with its source code on the x86_64 architecture. I followed the following set of commands under my Linux source distribution directory: make defconfig ...
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sipe (plugin pidgin-gaim) unable to find libpurple headers

I downloaded : pidgin 2.10.6 and sipe 1.14.1 from sourceforge. I install pidgin with the following command in the folder of pidgin (2.10.6): ./configure --prefix=/home/tony/soft/pidgin_sipe ...
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FreeBSD 9.1 buildworld fails in libclangsema

I just went thru and updated a dozen or so machines from 9.0-RELEASE to 9.1-RELEASE and the last one is dieing during buildworld: c++ -O2 -pipe ...
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linux driver installation error - “/lib/modules/2.6.18-194.el5/build: No such file or directory. Stop.”

I got an error /lib/modules/2.6.18-194.el5/build: No such file or directory. Stop. while installing moxa driver, following is the shell screen shot. [root@lnx149-252 driver]# pwd ...
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How can I solve this make error when building gcc-4.7.2 for LFS?

Everything was going so well... I'm trying to build gcc-4.7.2, following the instructions in the LFS book. When I run make, I get the following: checking for MPFR... no configure: error: libmpfr ...
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Yarbu Execution

I am attempting to use a Project called Yarbu It appears to be exactly what I am looking for. However I am a noob at Linux and am having difficulty getting it to work. I successfully completed the ...
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Compile a program without sudo access

I am connected to a linux system with SSH in my college. I found that ctorrent is a console alternative of bitorrent. I have downloaded the tar.gz source but to compile/install it needs sudo access ...
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Build kernel in one machine, install in another

I want to build my Linux kernel on my host and use it in my VWware virtual machine. They both use the same Ubuntu kernel now. On my Host, I do make and make configure. Then, what files should I copy ...
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Compile mkvtoolnix for router with customized firmware

I am using my router (asus-rt66u with customized firmware (tomato) as a media server. To get the tools I need, I have been using the optware package manager which has has bunch of cross-compiled ...
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Linux From Scratch 7.2: Error while making binutils-2.22 in chapter 6

I get the following error while executing make tooldir=/usr ../../binutils-2.22/libiberty/regex.c:130:1: warning: function declaration isn't a prototype [-Wstrict-prototypes] ...
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Adding Objective C compiler to GCC 4.7.2

I finished building the GCC 4.7.2 with C, C++ and Go compilers on my Ubuntu 12.04. I now want to add the Objective C compiler, is it possible to add it to the previous build? If so, how should i ...
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Galculator does not compile

I'm trying to compile galculator-2.0.1 but when I run make I get some errors like galculator-general_functions.o: In function `set_button_color': ...
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IP_TRANSPARENT missing from glibc headers

I'm trying to use the IP_TRANSPARENT declaration. I am using debian 6.0.5. IP_TRANSPARENT is only defined in linux/in.h however it conflicts with netinet/in.h. In centos for example, IP_TRANSPARENT is ...
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How to compile tmux 1.7 on CentOS 5.8?

I would like to have tmux 1.7 on my machine with CentOS 5.8 (64 bit). It requires libevent in version at least 1.4.14b or 2.0.20 and the latest version in yum packages for CentOS 5.8 is 1.4.13 . I ...
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Automatically apply module patch and compile kernel when updated?

I've recently applied a one-line patch to drivers/bluetooth/btusb.c in order to enable compatibility with my Bluetooth device. However, whenever I get a kernel upgrade, the patch will be lost until ...
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how do i check if (manually) upgrading software will break existing software?

As an example, let's say I want to upgrade sqlite3. The version I have after (apt-get) updating and upgrading is 3.7.13. The most current version is 3.7.14. If I install the most current version from ...
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compiling with gcc broken for users but fine for root

So somewhere along the way compiling as a regular user has stopped working on my server. I'm on Debian Stable. Can't think what has changed on my system that would result in this, or how to fix it, ...
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Building kernel module

I have a 3rd party device driver which I am trying to cross-compile. When I build the driver everything goes smooth but I don't see any driver.ko file, however driver.o file is generated fine and I ...
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cannot find libarchive when compiling YAP prolog in OSX

I am trying to compile the last development version of Yap Prolog in OSX (Mountain Lion). The first time I tried I saw this message: ################################################################## ...
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gcc 4.6.3 local installation with gmp 5.0.5 mpfr 3.1.1 errors

I am trying to install a new gcc version (g++ version) in my home directory on a server I have access too. This server already has gcc elsewhere (and gmp etc) but older versions, and I want to locally ...
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How do I install additional modules when building an Apache RPM?

We've been compiling and installing Apache under /usr/local/apache2 and in turn would tar the folder up to distribute to our other servers. I would like to convert this into an RPM package for easier ...
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How to build a custom kernel? [duplicate]

I want to test an (upstream) custom kernel on Fedora. The plan so far is: use a recent fedora config as starting point, e.g. /boot/config-3.6.6-1.fc17.x86_64 lookup build dependencies lookup right ...
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Compiling libqwplot3d on armhf

This started as an attempt to compile GNURadio on armhf (Pandaboard & Beagleboard). Thanks to the answer by Mike Larsen. I tried to compile libqwplot3d. apt-get build-dep qwtplot3d apt-get source ...
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Is there a way to know which options were used at compile time?

Take a look at the following command line: gcc -o hello -Wall -D_BSD_SOURCE hello-world.c Now, is there a way to know about these options by doing some processing on the 'hello' executable.
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Autotools does not detect my architecture correctly. How to handle?

I am trying to build the latest ffmpeg from the git repo. However, as you can see below, autotools does not detect correctly that my box has 64-bit architecture (Ubuntu 12.04). Consequently, during ...
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Can't compile kernel in gentoo

I installed gentoo by the handbook from official site. When I got into the step 7.b. Installing the Sources, the book says: Code Listing 2.2: Viewing the kernel source symlink When you take ...
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How to compile a c program without leaving the editor? [duplicate]

I am using vim editor on Linux mint. I want to know if there is any way to compile c program without leaving the editor.
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Unable to mount root fs after new kernel compile in VMware

So, I'm attempting to compile and use the 3.6.2 kernel on my Debian 6 VM (running under Windows 7 in VMware Workstation 9). I've already had several hick ups, but I am slowly getting through them but ...
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Building Qt: 'make clean' causes everything to get recompiled?

(This applies to Qt versions >= 4.7.3.) I made an attempt to build Qt with custom parameters on my Debian box and it actually took AGES to compile (IIRC more than 6 hours on a single-core CPU). That's ...
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Building MariaDB 5.5.27 without OQGraph: How to deselect the plugin?

I'm trying to build MariaDB 5.5.27 from source. In fact, I just need the client, but I seem to have to build the complete database system anyway. While configuring with cmake and later compiling with ...
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Install only a few GNU coreutils?

Is there a way to build and install only a few of the GNU coreutils? The README in coreutils-8.19.tar.xz lists 100-odd, but the INSTALL doesn't say how to install only a few, and the Makefile is (to ...
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Why is FreeBSD deprecating GCC in favor of Clang/LLVM?

So I was surfing the net and stumbled upon this article. It basically states that FreeBSD, starting from Version 10 and above will deprecate GCC in favor of Clang/LLVM. From what I have seen around ...
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“Wrong version of libnet” when configuring nemesis

Whenever I try to configure Nemesis it stops at "checking libnet version....no" and claims I have the wrong version. I have checked my libnet folder to make sure, and I do have the right version. ...
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Build Gimp from custom-path libraries

I'm installing Gimp (2.6.10) on Debian. The system has all the required libraries (dependencies) installed in the default directories, so giving to Gimp ./configure && make && make ...