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

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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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Automated kernel recompilation on security patches?

I'm on Ubuntu 14.04 and really enjoy the fact that I get automatic kernel security updates. When a kernel security problem is patched, a new package will be shipped with the new version. My machine is ...
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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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Why is this autogen.sh script failing?

I've downloaded this window manager from github and it has a autogen.sh script but it failed each time. I don't know what could happen or how to fix it: Output from ./autogen.sh: ...
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An obscure autotools error with Epson iscan project

I'm seeing the following error when attempting to build iscan using the master branch on Debian wheezy. This project provides support for Epson scanners, in cases when SANE doesn't. This project ...
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Some questions compiling linux kernel with make-kpkg

I'm doing my first steps compiling the linux kernel and adding a new system call. I've managed to do it, but I still have some questions. For this task, I has set up a Virtual Machine guesting debian ...
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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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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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Compile parameters for MIPS based codesourcery toolchain?

I installed codesourcery cross compile toolchain for mips32 architecture on my WIN 7 machince. I want to first compile a simple 'factorial' binary for my router which is based on MIPS32. From little ...
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target/build CFLAGS mixup when cross-emerging due to bug or my stupidity?

I'm trying to emerge LLVM using emerge from a crossdev (for ARM) overlay in Gentoo. I've set the CFLAG of the overlay to optimise for arm (-march=armv6j), which seems to make ./configure fail on the ...
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How to compile custom kernel for Raspberry Pi

I'm trying to run the Ubuntu 14 Raspberry Pi ARM image in QEMU, and for that I need the kernel that matches the version used in the image. If I mount the image and run file vmlinuz I see: vmlinuz: ...
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GLIBC not loading even after source compilation

While I am installing chef , I am getting below error. [root@centos Tools]# chef-server-ctl reconfigure /opt/opscode/embedded/bin/ruby: /lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found (required by ...
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How to remove a license file when debian packaging using autotools automake?

My Debian package produces a lintian error: rhythmbox-plugin-alternative-toolbar: extra-license-file usr/lib/rhythmbox/plugins/alternative-toolbar/LICENSE This is because the source contains the ...
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Difference between make-kpkg and make deb-pkg

I would like to know the exact difference between make-kpkg and make deb-pkg . This question asks almost the same thing but with no satisfying answers. Previously I was using make -j `getconf ...
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Errors cross-compiling with distcc

I'm currently attempting a build of the Raspbian kernel using both a cross-compiler (for the Raspberry Pi 2's ARM processor) and distcc, based on the instructions posted at the Raspberry Pi website. I ...
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Compiling FreeBSD on OSX

I currently have the source for the FreeBSD kernel. I want to compile it and create an iso image, on my OSX 10.9 computer. Can this be done? Do I need any other tools?
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Does make sense using exotic bootstrap in GCC?

Has anyone any evidence that currently GCC is bootstrapped in non trivial ways to detect bugs for certain features and architectures? Or at least point to some documentation where I can find wich real ...
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Making a deb package where dh doesn't build the program

I am trying to make a debian package for my own application, using the PBuilder utility. I cannot use dh, because the build process of my program is very specific. When I compile it, I must run qmake ...
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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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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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Installing netcdf libraries - processor not allowed error

I'm trying to install netcdf libraries (v3.6.3), as I need them to be compiled with mcmodel=large to allow a simulation to run (the simulation uses ifort, and currently gives 'relocation truncated to ...
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How do I backport Mesa on Debian Wheezy?

This post is continuing a previous one where I tried to compile Mesa 10.0.5: What are the required build dependencies of mesa for Debian-based distros? . Except that this time, I switched to another ...
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Explanation of the building process of the kernel on Ubuntu/Debian systems

I'm getting into Linux kernel programming and I have successfully built my own kernel several times now. However, I have done it using step by step guides found from the internet and I don't really ...
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kernel build: why does 'make install' complain about missing modules?

I'm building a 3.2.x kernel on a RedHat Enterpise system. During 'make install' it takes a very long time and is complaining : ERROR: modinfo: could not find module xxx I assume its probing ...
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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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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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Binutils documentation compilation problem

I'm trying to compile and install binutils+GCC for my machine on my own. I have compiled lastest binutils sources without getting any error, but installation seems to have some problems with gas ...
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How to compile gcc toolchain with special sysroot correctly?

I try to compile a new gcc, including binutils and glibc. Since I can not be root, I want to install it all in ~/local. I set these variables: PREFIX=~/local && export PREFIX ...
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“Kernel panic - not syncing” after building Centos-6/elrepo 3.10.19 kernel from source

I need to rebuild the Centos-6 / elrepo 3.10.19 kernel from source. Background: the GVision touch screen drivers are incompatible with kernels > 3.8 and require source code patches to add code to ...
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GNU MIX Development Kit build error

I am trying to compile the GNU MIX assembly development kit on Mac OS X 10.8.4. I've installed the dependencies through homebrew, and when I run configure in the mdk directory, I get a success ...
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Error building Oracle client 11g R2 on RHEL 5.5

We are trying to install oracle 11g R2 64 bit in Rhel 5.5 machine ( 64 bit ). Kernel version is 2.6.18-194.el5. We are getting the below error while installation. error in invoking target 'mkldflags ...
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linking problems when installing python module and dependencies as non-root

I want to install a certain (non-public, numerical) python module on a remote (Debian squeeze) system on which I do not have root (or sudo) privileges. As the python-dev package was not installed, I ...
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multithread handling in AM1808 using embedded Linux

I am using AM1808 ARM9 based board using GCC compiler (UBUNTU 10.04) . I am using Sqlite3 database management. I have some requirement regarding handling threads in background having access on ...
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Undefined reference to gzopen64 when building samtools

I am trying to install the software package samtools0.1.19. When I run make, I get errors: gcc -g -Wall -O2 -o samtools bam_tview.o bam_plcmd.o sam_view.o bam_rmdup.o bam_rmdupse.o bam_mate.o ...
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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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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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libbfd-2.22.so missing while compiling Binutils/Glibc/Zlib

When I try to compile Binutils, Glibc and Zlib using chroot on my LFS system, I get this error: ar: error while loading shared libraries: libbfd-2.22.so: cannot open shared object file: No such ...
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Compiling Apache with another glibc version

My system has an old glibc version. I compiled the new version [2.23] into /FaF/glibc. Due to the fact the new glibc version is not compatible with SLES 11 SP2 & SP3 I have to use the linker ...
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Freebsd porting and pkg-static

I am porting makemkv to freebsd 10.2 and for this reason I wrote the following makefile: # New ports collection makefile for: makemkv # Date created: 05 Mar 2012 # Date Updated: ...
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How do I enable memory zone reclaim mode on the Linux kernel?

I am running Gentoo Linux Hardened using kernel 4.3.3-hardened-r4 on an AMD A4-5300 APU. To troubleshoot a memory problem I have with my system I need to enable sysctl vm.zone_reclaim_mode=1, but ...
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How to uninstall linux kernel?

I was building linux kernel from git master for ubuntu all day, I was not able to build packages, so I just ran sudo make module_install install. How to remove it? Makefile doesn't provide make ...
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Build custom EDID with several modelines

I would like to build custom EDID using kernel sources. But I need to use several modelines - more refresh rates for same resolution. Is it possible using method in kernel sources? Could you please ...
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problems with running tcsh file

I can't get the following program to run. When I try running it, it says set goal = `head -c 15 < /dev/urandom | base64 | sed 's/[^0-9]//g' | sed' Usage: tcsh [ -bcdefilmnqstvVxX ] [ argument ... ...
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Buliding libaffa: running make says Nothing to be done for 'all'

I'm trying to compile the library libaffa, with the following procedure: sudo ./configure -> OK sudo make && make install -> "Nothing to be done for 'all' " How do I fix this? I run ...
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Build xpra on local directory without root priviledges

I am trying to build xpra on local directory without root priviledges. The xpra official site says: https://www.xpra.org/trac/wiki/Building Building with distutils For installing into a local ...
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Need Help Cross Compiling Openssl for MIPS

I've been trying to cross compile Ncat for the MIPS architecture (big endian), and I really need SSL support, so I first must compile OpenSSL. I downloaded the latest version from Github and ...
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Old(ish) package has QT3 dependency - my distro doesn't carry it

I'm trying to build pdfedit, whose latest version - from 2010 - requires QT 3 development files; yet - I only have QT 4 and up on my distro (Debian testing). Do I have any recourse other than manually ...
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Linux PAM: add specific lib to Makefile and compile a single module

I am dealing with the development of a custom PAM module for a CentOS7 system. As starting point, I'd like to use the project linux-pam, specifically: compiling only the pam_permit module; adding as ...
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Is there something like “make localmodconfig” that detects *all* your hardware?

I understand that Linux's "localmodconfig" target looks through all your loaded kernel modules and produces a .config file that enables those modules. This is nice, but what about hardware whose ...
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Why do I need GTK+ to build GTK+? And how to fix it

I am trying to build GTK+ using JHBuild. I ran into the following error: checking for GTK... no configure: error: Package requirements (gtk+-3.0 >= 3.12 gtk+-x11-3.0 >= 3.12) were not met: ...