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My OS is x86_64 Packages.amd64 : g++44_4.4.7-ubuntu8_amd64.deb, gcc44_4-4-7-ubuntu8_amd64.deb, libstdc++44-dev_4.4.7-ubuntu8_amd64.deb, created with $ dpkg-deb -b Links : gcc44 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7S255p3kFXNQlVHeXdPc25sSEE/view?usp=sharing g++44 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7S255p3kFXNeU5jSG9ZdXNQQTQ/view?usp=sharing ...


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Removing the system gcc, mpfr is not a good idea. Please reinstall. (sudo apt-get install g++) And : You can have as many versions of gcc as you want, installed at the same time. The default compilers for Hardy : sudo apt-get install g++ g++-3.3 g++-3.4 g++-4.1 ,,, where g++ is the system compiler gcc/g++ version 4.2.4 . Compilers, gcc44, g++44 are ...


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cpuid.h contains definitions of assembly-language fragments to get low-level info out of certain CPUs, plus names for various numeric constants that a program might use to figure out what kind of CPU it was running on, and what features are available. (For example, if the program wanted to use special matrix-math instructions available on some CPUs, it ...


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In the end the answer was in the Apache build documentation - Environment variables. In my case the very serious issue is the fact my system [SLES 11 SP2] crashes with the glibc version 2.23. This means I cannot set the path to the new glibc libraries in the ld.so.conf file. The only one solution for me is to set $LDFLAGS while running configure and make ...


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After adding the ARCH=x86_64 flag to all the make commands the Linux kernel was successfully compiled.


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For reference, a ./build.sh -U -j 12 -O /Users/mbelleau/netbsd/obj_amd64 -m amd64 release (no X11) on a MacBook Air i7 1.7GHz 8GB RAM, NetBSD-7.0-release, took roughly 2 hours: ===> Summary of results: build.sh command: ./build.sh -U -j 12 -O /Users/mbelleau/netbsd/obj_amd64 -m amd64 release build.sh started: Thu May 26 23:51:30 EDT 2016 ...


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You have already compiled it. The make is what compiles. The make install simply copies the compiled executables and associated files to their target directories on your system. From what you describe, it sounds like what you are compiling simply doesn't have an install script. I haven't compiled this particular package myself but such third party tools ...


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The only things special you should need for building Raspberry Pi with graphics support, compared to other ARMs currently: linux-next kernel (to get the devicetree for vc4, until 4.7 is released) rasperrypi/firmware on a vfat partition However, building everything from scratch will be an exercise in frustration, and I would recommend starting from an ...


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The default branch of a development tree in git is called master, and usually this branch is used as the main branch. clone it using git and cd into the directory: git clone https://github.com/libimobiledevice/libimobiledevice.git cd libimobiledevice Normally the master branch will be checked out by default, check it with: git status -b Or checkout ...


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I'll try to answer all three parts of this question for you [Why is it] necessary to export LD_LIBRARY_PATH to ensure correct C# executable program behavior installation programs or scripts manage to find libc.so.6 in the subdirectory /usr/libx86_64-linux-gnu without requiring the customer specify an LD_LIBRARY_PATH Linked libraries are referenced ...


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I had the same problem as yours (a linux with some "securizations") I carried out an already installed version, on the same Linux OS (all the /usr/share/emacs and /usr/libexec trees and all the /usr/bin/emacs* files) and put it on the securized machine. After running emacs24-x, it claimed for a shared library (.so) i cannot remember which one ... I have ...



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