make is a utility that automates the build process by managing dependencies amongst targets.

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How to create makefile for compiling multiple programs

I have some problems with creating makefile. I have tried to compile some files from terminal and found right options for gcc to do this. But I have some troubles with creating one makefile to do all ...
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How can I undo the changes after compiling a package? [duplicate]

Let's say that I have build a package using the typical method ./configure make make install and then I would like to uninstall this package. There is no any uninstall script. How can I revert my ...
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pkgsrc not recognizing pkgsrc version of gcc

I have NetBSD 6.1.5 configured on a 4gb hard-drive, with 1.3GB available to use. I am trying to install Midori, a lightweight webkit based browser. There is no binary package available for 6.1.5 or ...
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Error while compiling bash for shellshock security exploit

I used the instruction from https://shellshocker.net/ here is the command: sudo curl https://shellshocker.net/fixbash | sh error while compiling: Running make rm -f mksyntax gcc ...
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What Did Users Do or Use Before the Make Command?

I use Gentoo as my primary home Desktop OS. I have since ~2004. I appreciate the emerge command for managing a source based OS as well as it does. Every now and then I check on other distributions, ...
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cd to a child directory of a symlink fails

To build a kernel module, you have to do make -C where -C is cd functionality. As my make failed a lot of times, I found this: [root@ror6ax2 modules]# ls -l /lib/modules/`uname -r` | grep build ...
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How to fix error of installation script for cataclysm-mouse [closed]

I have written my own driver after spending some time reverse-engineering the protocol they were using. It doesn't cover a lot of features, but I want to play computer games and manage my window ...
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To write this Pseudocode with Regex

I am doing a Makefile which I run regularly by Crontab every day at 0230 crontab -e; 30 2 * * * /bin/thePseudocode Python-like Pseudocode directories = ["Cardiology", "Rheumatology", "Surgery"] ...
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Increasing stack size in 64 bit Cygwin? (installing ocaml)

I'm trying to set up an older version of ocaml, and I'm getting an error message that says that I need to increase my stack size. The only way I've found to do this in cygwin involves running an ...
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Unable to 'make' anything.. Kernel-headers problem? Trying to get my RTL8723BE working

I'm a starting security/Linux student and I'm having headache-problems getting my wireless to work on Kali Linux. Recently I've bought a new laptop, to be specific the: Lenovo IdeaPad Z50-70-01418NL ...
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Hide make targets from shell when users autocomplete in bash

Is there a way to flag some targets in a Makefile so that they don't appear at all in the shell when the user types make and then presses Tab ? I am having a Makefile with too many recipes and I don't ...
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Gmake macro expansion: macro calls macro with variable in arguments

In the following makeffile one macro process it's arguments to call another macro. I expect that makefile below will generate two targets and correct list of the targets in $TARGETS. But in fact it ...
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using all callin different targets in makefile

I wrote a makefile as given below: .PHONY: clean_lib all a: lib make $@.exe c: lib make $@.exe clean_lib: rm -f lib all: a clean_lib c When I call make all I would like ...
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make ASUS PCE-N15 driver errors on SteamOS

I am trying to install drivers for my wireless network card, thankfully the card does have up-to-date drivers which are suppose to be compatible with Debian (I am running SteamOS which is based on ...
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Makefile error: empty variable name

I am writing a simple Hello World kernel module. The Makefile I wrote is giving me such an error: esp@ubuntu:~/task1-2$ make all make -C /usr/src/linux-headers-3.13.0-35-generic SUBDIRS = ...
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Don't stop make'ing if a command fails, but check exit status

I am trying to instruct GNU Make 3.81 to not stop if a command fails (so I prefix the command with -) but I also want to check the exit status on the next command and print a more informative message. ...
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How to compile dcp2icc?

After trying for hours I am unable to compile dcp2icc-0.1 on Linux. With a simple Makefile added to the original code it fails as follows: g++ -o build/XMP/source/XMPCore/ExpatAdapter.o -c -O2 ...
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ld cannot find -lQt5Multimedia

I'm trying to build BBQScreen for Linux. During the make process, I get the following error: g++ -m64 -o Linux/BBQScreenClient2 debug/main.o debug/mainwindow.o debug/screenform.o ...
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Please explain what happens when I run this Makefile

I'm learning flex and (for really the first time) using the command line. I created a Makefile to simplify my testing process but I don't understand why the commands are in reverse. For instance, in ...
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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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Why current directory doesn't change in makefile?

I'm trying to run a simple script- clone a git repository into a certain directory, then cd to this directory in order to execute an installation script. This script is in a Makefile. But the cd ...
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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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Apt-Get No installation candidate. Can't install anything

So, I am running a MineOS Linux, which is based on Debian turnkey, and the installation was around 250 MB, so probably not all of the commands that come with Linux were installed. I use this to run ...
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How can I exclude some library paths listed in “ pkg-config --variable pc_path pkg-config”?

I have Ubuntu 14.04 upgraded from 12.04 making dist-upgrades. I did many manual installations such as ffmpeg, libglib and so on, in the past. I have a nice custom distro now, it works well but I have ...
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Build Transmission 2.84 .deb package with checkinstall

I'm trying to compile and make by myself some .deb packages to keep my Raspbian more up to date than the repository. Now I want to update Transmission to v 2.84. Here's what I've done: Download the ...
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Restricting GNU‑Make to POSIX Make behaviour

Is there a known way to make Linux's make reject unintended use of GNU‑Make specific extensions in Makefile when editing or using other's Makefile in Linux? I mean, restricting GNU‑Make to behave as ...
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Create single executable file from directory

I'm looking to create a single executable file from a directory, to make a 'standalone' app. So say my directory structure is: -app --assets --bin --views runme go.sh and within go.sh I ...
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cross compile embedded arm

I have the android 4.2.2 code in directory /home/sghPhone2 which compiles normal with make menuconfig but I need to compile a 4.4 kernel and possibly patch it but when I download the source from ...
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“No target” error using Make

I'm learning how to use make and makefiles, so I wrote this little file: %.markdown: %.html pandoc -o $< $@ But when I run make, all I get is make: *** No targets. Stop. What's going on? ...
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Install application on barebone linux board without internet

I'm kind of new to using linux for hardware development. I made a C program which uses ExifTool, and it works fine on the desktop. The ExifTool have to be installed and runs on Perl. I can cross ...
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LFS-7.5 util-linux `make check` fails

When I run make check in util-linux, it fails saying: 3 tests of 127 FAILED According to LFS - 7.5 test logs found here, 2 tests fail and that is acceptable. But my cal command fails while ...
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Find out extension of executable files?

When I am building software from source on a GNU+Linux system, during the ./configure stage I frequently see the following line: checking for suffix of executables... How do I create such a check ...
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What does make[number] mean in make V=s?

When I enable make V=s to read the full log of make. I always see make[numer] in the log. e.g: datle@debian:~/workspace/cpx/trunk$ make rm -rf openwrt/tmp cp config/defaut.config openwrt/.config cd ...
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How can I get gmake to give me a list of all included makefiles?

I've inherited a major mess of a makefile network that was itself inherited from another project, with makefiles included all over the place. I'm trying to make a simple change without gutting the ...
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Some errors have occured when I installed lucene, a perl module!

Some errors have occured when I installed lucene, a perl module: [xlwang@localhost Lucene-0.18]$ make test Running Mkbootstrap for Lucene () chmod 644 Lucene.bs PERL_DL_NONLAZY=1 ...
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Cross-compiling OpenSSH for Android

I'm working on compiling OpenSSH for Android based on this answer at Stack Overflow. Here's what I've done so far: Building on Ubuntu 14.04 amd64. apt-get install build-essential ...
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How does make continue compilation?

I know that I can interrupt a make process anytime without having to recompile the entire source tree again. As I know, make only compiles a target if it's not compiled yet, or the source code is ...
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After apt-get update and upgrade, do I need to recompile and re-install software that I did not install via apt-get install?

In particular, I noticed that my OpenSSL has been upgraded after a system update via sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade. As I installed my Squid server by manually compiling, configuring ...
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Error while building Linux module of a wireless driver

I have recently installed Debian Wheezy onto one of my old computers to test it out and to become more familiar with Unix. To my surprise I enjoy the interface very much so far, but I have run into a ...
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Debian packaging with dependency (from the scratch)

I would like to package my software (in C) into a .deb file, but I encounter some difficulties. It would be nice if someone could give me a hand... Let the source code be the following toy example: ...
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Creating a Makefile [closed]

As the title states, I am wondering how to create a Makefile to compile hello.c: // for example int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { puts("Hello world"); return 0; } I am aware that I ...
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cannot make protobuf on Solaris 8

I just downloaded protocol buffer (protobuf) 2.5.0 from here. Then I tried to install it on Solaris 8 (SunOS ms-sparc8 5.8). When I try to run make, I got this error. In file included from ...
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Where does make defconfig get its configuration in OpenWrt?

I am compiling an image for wifi devices using OpenWrt. Following the instruction I copy a simple .config file to TOP-DIR. CONFIG_TARGET_ar71xx=y CONFIG_TARGET_ar71xx_generic=y ...
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Compare two kernel config files from the menuconfig perspective?

I have a situation in which i have two kernel config files (for the same kernel source ). Both of them have a part of the functionality that i need (on one, USB works correctly, on other, the second ...
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Why doesn't 'ar' work like the manpage says?

I'm trying to use 'ar' included in Debian Wheezy armel version of binutils and it doesn't seem to operate like on other systems I've encountered. Some sample output from the command-line: $ ar ...
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How can you avoid clobbering configuration files when installing with make

When using the autotools build system and installing with make install how is it possible to avoid clobbering existing configuration files? I've defined a configuration file in a Makefile.am like so: ...
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How to uninstall omniORB 4.1.7 after installing from make?

I'd like to uninstall a copy of omniORB which I installed by running make install Any tips on how to do this operation? I tried make uninstall but the project does not have such a target. I ...
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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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error while executing make commad in ubuntu terminal

While trying to install the som_pak-3.1-NAcMoS.tar.gz file, I've used the below commands: $ tar xvf som_pak-3.1-NAcMoS.tar.gz $ cd som_pak-3.1 $ cp makefile.unix makefile $ make $ cd .. $ ln -s ...
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What does “make install” do in the Makefile that comes with the kernel?

I'm trying to identify what does make install do with the kernel and what does the actual "install" of the kernel once it's been compiled means. The problem is I can't really identify the target ...