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As a follow-up of my comment: Run the following command on one shell. You can make a shell script of it or demonize with the -d option. inotifywait -m -r -e open --format '%f' /kernel_sources/directory/in_use/ -o /home/user/kernel_build.log On other shell, execute make The log file /home/user/kernel_build.log will have a list of the files that have been ...


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At the stage where you have a directory tree containing a file …/etc/shadow (before building the filesystem image), modify that file to inject the password hash(es) that you want to have. The easiest way to do that is with recent enough versions of the chpasswd tool from the Linux shadow utilities suite (Debian wheezy is recent enough) with the -R option. ...


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You could easily run a compiled app on every distro which is the same architecture if you compile it statically. If you compile it dynamically then you would run into problems such as the one you mentioned (missing libs) or more frequently the version of the libs from other distros would be incompatible.


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You should be able to do this in most cases, yes. The only issues I can forsee other than the library issue you mentioned would be distribution-specific file locations, and having that affect your application should be rare indeed.


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Cannot comment but the problem is that tmux configure doesn't check for which version libevent library you have installed. Ubuntu 8.04 had libevent1 you need to install libevent2 (from source). Download from libevent.org, the last stable version. gzip -d < libevent-2.0.22-stable.tar.gz | tar xf - cd libevent-2.0.22-stable ./configure --prefix=/usr make ...


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There seems to be a custom installer created for Debian by someone else which will do everything for you automatically? https://github.com/rickard2/grsecurity-Debian-Installer Else isn't it just a case of doing things the old way? Namely, patching things from source? You seem to be asking for instructions on how to patch your kernel for which there are ...


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I thought I would add a better answer for anyone else observing this thread. So, if you've already gone through the trouble of building opencv on the device, you've probably followed the instructions here: http://docs.opencv.org/doc/tutorials/introduction/linux_install/linux_install.html In which case, if you don't add the -D args to dynamically override ...


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According to documentation: http://tldp.org/LDP/lame/LAME/linux-admin-made-easy/kernel-custom.html When you do: make bzImage and then: cp bzImage vmlinuz to create the vmlinuz file. Ie, they are the same file :-).


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Compatibility I guest, in my case I was having This problem in a laptop with Debian Jessie, the right thing was : aptitude install qt4-qtconfig user@host$ moc moc: could not exec '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt4/bin/moc': No such file or directory According to /usr/share/doc/moc/README.Debian we need to run: user@host$mocp in addition to that ...



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