A library is a collection of functionality that programs can use. They can be dynamically loaded by a program, or they may be compiled into the program.

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Install userspace programs on server without root access

I would like to install some programs on my work development server because it is missing some programs I need for my day to day job. I don't have root access. What I did up to now is compiling the ...
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How to install libboost-all-dev v1.40 Debian wheezy

I'm new here. I need to install libboost-all-dev package that contains this stuff: libboost1.40-dev libboost-system1.40-dev libboost-filesystem1.40-dev libboost-date-time1.40-dev ...
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“Cannot find -lgdbm” when making xemacs in FreeBSD10

I have been trying to install xemacs 21.4.22 in FreeBSD10 x64. Once I run ./configure and try to run make it gives me this error with libgdm.so library [eddyraz@laptop-eddyraz] ...
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Need general guide on how to build Linux Stream (LiS) under RedHat 6.2

Day 1 I have hit into some error, and the build simply fail, saying that there is some conflict. Thus I believe a .o file cannot be made and then result fatal error during linking, anyone have steps ...
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Using symbolic links and git to manage build versions

In general I follow the following workflow when I build any program (e.g. emacs, tmux, etc.) /home/opt/[name of the program]/builds/[version]/ bin lib share For example for a program like tmux I ...
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Satisfying lib dependency

A rookie question: I have a program (which I will call foo here) compiled for x64 (my current arch). When I try to run it, it goes: ./foo: error while loading shared libraries: libgmp.so.3: cannot ...
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Restore internet connectivity and graphic desktop manager wiped out during a package installation

Abridged Antecedents I run Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on a x68_64 computer. A few days ago I run sudo apt-get -f install for a general overhaul of broken dependencies. I did so in order to remove the conflicts ...
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Arch Linux - make: error while loading shared libraries: libunistring

I keep getting this same error when trying to install various packages: make: error while loading shared libraries: libunistring.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory It's ...
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“Cannot open shared object file” Error even though ldconfig is showning entry

I'm trying to run a older SIMetrix Version on Ubuntu 15.04 64bit (if there is a newer version of SIMetrix around tell me!). When I do it I get following error: ...
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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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calling library functions from different language

As we know libraries are precompiled codes, so we do not need to compile them. Can we call library functions of one language from a different language?
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lsusb outputs “Illegal Instruction” - why?

I'm trying to get a 3G USB dongle to work on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian Wheezy, using a script called sakis3g. However, in trying to do this, I keep running into problems: when trying to connect ...
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strange noise in some gui programs

I have Debian testing, I use XFCE. Recently, shortly after dist-upgrade, I noticed that XFCE terminal has some noise in it - especially near the end of long lines or when I use midnight commander. The ...
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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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32 bit appplication on 64 bit linux not working

I'm running linux mint LMDE 64 bit version, I have to install this i386 software to use my modem. So I did it with --force-architecture mode, installation completed with errors. Here is the log dpkg: ...
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Added anaconda2 lib to LD_LIBRARY_PATH, results in “no version information available” warning

To compile a program (Caffe) I added my anaconda2 libraries to .bashrc as follows: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/anaconda2/lib/ However, now when I run ls or find I get the ...
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prelink - weird massive modification after installing zabbix-agent

I thought I knew something about prelink, but I ran into weirdest issue yesterday. I know I shouldn't use prelink, but I've noticed it is enabled on one of CentOS 6 systems under my administration ...
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Program on Debian8.3 appears different than on Fedora18

I've made a couple of programs (Let's call them ProgressBar and LabelsAndInfo) with Qt4.8 and C++ for my enterprise's HW. It runs on a Fedora 18 and it works fine. Now, a mate is trying to run all ...
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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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Relationship between ldconfig and ld.so.cache

After I restart my computer, ld.so.cache still has the information in it, so my questions are as follows: Is the information always kept there? Isn't it being removed after restart or something like ...
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Redhat error while loading shared libraries: libkeyutils.so.1: cannot open shared object file: Permission denied

I just installed and am trying to start rpcbind on my redhat 7 machine. I'm new to linux so I'm having some trouble figuring out what to do next. I'm running all of these commands as the root user. ...
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Recommended way of repackaging proprietary deb packages, which include old system libraries

Intro Long story short, in couple projects I'm using some stereo-cams. Unfortunately, manufacturer provides packages (rpm and deb) for user-space drivers which are not exactly properly formatted ...
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Remove package with yum but leave libraries in place?

During setup on a specific set of servers, I need gcc-c++ installed to compile some of the software I am setting up. After install is complete I need to remove the compiler for security reasons. ...
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Extract coordinates of matching text in PDF

Basically I want to grep a string in a PDF and get the coordinates of the matching result(s). I already use pdftotext to do the opposite, namely to extract some text given its coordinates. In ...
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Can't install gphoto2 on Yocto Linux

I recently discovered how to connect to a PTP-compatible camera from Linux so I figured I could do the same from a Galileo Gen 2 board, only to find out that it's not as easy as I thought. The Yocto ...
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Some applications on my unbuntu won't launch (document viewer)

My Document viewer is not able to launch. When I open it using commandline it gives me the following error: evince evince: error while loading shared libraries: libffi.so.6: failed to map segment ...
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Trouble linking to gtk/gtk.h even though it's installed

I am trying to build CEF (chromiumembedded) on debian jessie ########## Linking CXX static library libcef_dll_wrapper.a [ 81%] Built target libcef_dll_wrapper [ 81%] Building CXX object ...
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Using curl results in error: “Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libcurl.4.dylib …”

I had a few issues with the cURL library interfering with Homebrew. After hopefully removing the library (I no longer use it anyway), I started receiving errors whenever I used commands such as curl ...
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Manually installing libraries for cross compilation

I'm trying to cross compile a program with needs the -lgcrypt flag. I have copied the root filesystem of the machine I'm compiling for so that I have all the libraries which are needed to be able to ...
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How can I run script without root to sniff network (libpcap)?

I have a script (in ruby): require 'ffi/pcap' pcap = FFI::PCap::Live.new(:dev => "wlan0", :timeout => 1) pcap.loop() do |this,pkt| puts pkt.body end When I try to run the script , I get ...
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Running Chromium on ARM - Failed to load NSS libraries

TARGET: FriendlyARM mini210s / Linux 3.0.8 armv7l Cross-compiled for ARM using this workflow Install sysroot on target and tried to run Chrome # ./chrome [0122/142305:ERROR:nss_util.cc(981)] Failed ...
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Looking for obsolete “libGLcore.so.1”

I've installed Steam on Debian using the Steam Wheezy Installer. On start up it says it's missing the 32-bit library libGLcore.so.1. Doing a package search I find it only exists in old nVidia drivers, ...
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Installed library packages cannot be found on OpenWRT

I have been compiling / installing custom packages for OpenWRT. I kept running into problems when I was compiling getting errors like: Package x is missing dependencies for the following libraries: ...
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What are the generic-pae directories in /lib/modules?

When listing the content of the dirctory /lib/modules I see a list of generic-pae directories (Ubuntu 12.04): drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 4096 Apr 23 2012 3.2.0-23-generic-pae drwxr-xr-x 5 root root ...
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Lintian reports non-dev-pkg-with-shlib-symlink while dh_auto_install makes this link

So, I am trying to build the main package of a library (which means, without the development header file). When I run debuild lintian complains that: W: libwebsitesnapshot1: ...
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mod_rewrite: undefined symbol: lstat error

I compiled the mod rewrite for apache (version 1.3.0) however, when I try to run the server I have this error about mod_rewrite: Syntax error on line 27 of /home/myuser/apache/etc/httpd.conf: Cannot ...
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Python bindings for libtorrent-rasterbar are not working on debian

I'm running Debian 6.0.6 I've downloaded latest version of libtorrent-rasterbar from here: http://code.google.com/p/libtorrent/downloads/detail?name=libtorrent-rasterbar-0.16.6.tar.gz&can=2 and ...
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How to create a symbolic link of all files in a directory using a shortened name obtained with using a piped cut on the filename

I have a directory full of libraries (*.so.0.*), and I want to use find to create a symbolic link to each file, named *.so.0. Here is a (non working) try: find $HOME/.local/lib64/ -name ...
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Where are the definitions for the prototype declarations in <bsd/stdlib.h>?

I have a C program on Ubuntu 16.04, in which I would like to use arc4random_uniform. typedef unsigned char u_char; #include <bsd/stdlib.h> int main () { return (int) arc4random_uniform(100); } ...
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How to install or update GLIBC_2015

I am trying to run Telegram messaging application in Wheezy 7.9.0. When I run it using bash (./Telegram), the following output is shown : /lib/i386-linux-gnu/i686/cmov/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.15' ...
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Installing libstdc++-devel on my CentOS server

rpm -qa | grep libstdc++ gives: libstdc++-4.8.3-9.el7.x86_64 However, find . -name "*libstdc++*" gives: ./usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-redhat-linux/4.8.2/32/libstdc++.a ...
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How to install libcrypto++9v5 and libcrypto++9 at same time

im trying to install an application which need libcrypto++9 to be installed but im still using some Apps which are using libcrypto++9v5 so when i try to install debain package of libcrypto++9 they ...
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Running apache on offline system

I want to install apache using yum on CentOS 7 and check its shared libraries with ldd and pack the binary and files in apache's rpm and those libraries with full paths and transfer them to offline ...
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Unable to load shared libraries in java

I have copied existing java to differentlocation and applied setcap on it. #setcap cap_net_bind_service=-epi /usr/lib/jvm/jre-1.7.0-openjdk.x86_64_test/bin/java Now, i got the below error and one ...
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libssl undefined reference to symbol 'SSL_load_error_strings@@OPENSSL_1.0.0'

With the following CMakeLists.txt (I tried to snip it AMAP) https://gist.github.com/pbertoni/29200833dc562ab6ee2c I got this error from make at linking time: /usr/bin/ld: ...
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Lot of dependencies while uninstalling libimobiledevice2 library

I want to remove package libimobiledevice2 and install package libimobiledevice5. Unfortunately there is a problem: libimobiledevice2 has many odd dependencies. When I type: apt-get remove ...
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libfreenect2 - libusb -99 error

I need some help, when I am running protonect, the IR blaster go on but no frame is captured. It's some sort of libusb error. Running on Mavericks, with an express card adapter with "Nec µPD720202" ...
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has someone fixed libssl.so.1.0.0 undefined symbols'SSL_load_error_strings' issue or know how to fix

looks like there's a broken libssl build which is missing items python CGI needs to work. I'm getting this error ...symbol SSL_load_error_strings, version OPENSSL_1.0.0 not defined in file ...
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Building GDB, cant find libreadline.a

I am trying to build GDB from source, and am encountering a strange problem. I'm not sure what information is relevant, so please let me know if I have not provided enough. I am working on Linux ...
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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... ...