A Configure script is an executable script designed to aid in developing a program to be run on a wide number of different computers.

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Save syslog from honeypot to a host virtual machine

So im making a research honeypot. The host is ubuntu 14.04. I want to store all of the logs from the honeypot ssh to the ubuntu host so the data is not lost. Does anyone know anything about this? I ...
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Compiling Asterisk on Debian: Cannot Find `ptlib-config`

My Asterisk ./configure is returning: checking /root/pwlib/include/ptlib.h usability... no checking /root/pwlib/include/ptlib.h presence... no checking for /root/pwlib/include/ptlib.h... no checking ...
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Dropbox install problems on Scientific Linux

I am trying to install nautilus-dropbox-1.6.2.tar.bz2. I ran ./configure, but got the error configure: error: Package requirements (libnautilus-extension >= 2.16.0) were not met: No package ...
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Gcc configuration error

I am trying to build GNU toolchain for OpenRISC by following the guide given at http://openrisc.net/toolchain-build.html#_stage_1_gcc on Fedora Virtual Box Image. I am getting error saying ...
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Can we separate commands in LFS?

I am trying to build a Linux by using Linux from scratch tutorial ,but i can't explain this,when i run multiple command as this step describe: CC=$LFS_TGT-gcc \ AR=$LFS_TGT-ar ...
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How to reconfigure PHP

We have a new linux server CentOS 6.5 with Plesk. Default PHP is 5.3.3, I have installed PHP5.4 & 5.5 on the server. I am a beginner on linux. Actually, I don't know how to install software on ...
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how to skip install libphp5.so when buidling php?

I'm trying configure and install older php 5.3 version on my archlinux, and I don't want it to copy libphp5.so to /usr/lib/httpd/modules/ because there's an existing version (newer) there. ...
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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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GCC cofigure error

When I'm trying to install GCC for SLED 11 SP3, the terminal show me this error: configure: error: cannot compute suffix of object files: cannot compile. Before to intall GCC, I installed the GMP ...
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Nested packages for different subdirectories in autoconf?

I have different subdirectories that need to be compiled in different ways. For example, some files needs to include some others using CFLAGS. However, CFLAGS can only be set in configuration files, ...
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Missing Firmware for Wired NIC on Debian

I'm trying to install debian 64bit from a debian live image using YUMI on my usb drive. I'm installing it on an Inspiron 6400, and there is missing firmware. I can't connect to the internet ...
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How to make a port recalculate dependencies

I am trying to install mail/pine-pgp-filters on my FreeBSD box, but I am running into a problem. I first tried to install it without having GPG installed, and it listed security/gpg1 as a dependency. ...
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configure error when trying to install LASH: “configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables”

Following the LASH manual step by step, got stuck trying to run the configure script. (LASH's dependencies are ALSA, JACK, libuuid, libxml2, GNU Readline lib, and some derivatives require GTK+2. I ...
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“the geoip2 module requires the maxminddb library” but the library is installed

I am trying to compile nginx with a module: https://github.com/leev/ngx_http_geoip2_module. Before the nginx compilation, this library: https://github.com/maxmind/libmaxminddb needs to be installed. I ...
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Building HDF5 with GCC 4.7 and OpenMPI

I am trying to install hdf5 with GCC 4.7 from binary, because I do not have root permissions, using following script on a machine using CentOS release 5.6(AMD64bit): module purge module unload ...
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ERROR: Failed to build linux

While compiling linux, I get following error: [ALL ] CC drivers/usb/otg/ulpi_viewport.o [ALL ] LD drivers/usb/phy/built-in.o [ALL ] LD drivers/usb/storage/built-in.o [ALL ] ...
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configure package in non-standard way and resolve library requirements

I am installing a package (dia-0.96.1) in non-standard way on opensuse-11 system which I don't have root access. When I start to configure the package with command: ./configure ...
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Problem with configure - cannot find -lgcc_s

I want install Argos 0.5 to Debian 3.12.6-2 (2013-12-29) x86_64 GNU/Linux. I had to install gcc 3.4 because Argos call for it. Now I have gcc 3.4 and gcc 4.8.2-2 too. Problem is that ./configure ...
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Automatic build errors resolving

Again I am compiling from scratch a big OSS project for custom embedded environment and receive a lot of errors like: warning: libXXX, needed by YYY, not found fatal error: XXX: No such file or ...
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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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Configuration Question for libgd-2.1.0 Install

OK, So I think I have zlib-1.2.8 installed on my Linux system correctly. I used the following commands to do this: ./configure --prefix=/usr2/lib2 --eprefix=/usr2/lib2 make make check make install ...
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Installing required libs/frameworks/packages for compilation on OSX

I'm trying to compile SmartSim for OSX Lion, and at the moment I'm at the ./configure stage. Here is a dump of what I've managed to get so far: $ ./configure checking for a BSD-compatible install... ...