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Code::Blocks is installed properly, but it isn't working properly. When you run codeblocks, that runs the program, and then it crashes before doing anything useful. Since you didn't do anything special to build and install, the problem is either on your system or in the source code. If you aren't having any other weird crashes, blame the one program that's ...
I tried to install gcc 4.4.7, too, with a newer gcc version. I've seen the same errors as you. According to this bug report, the problem comes from the flag -fno-gn89-inline, which became the default flag for handling inline functions on newer gcc versions. As of gcc 4.3, the default was -fgnu89-inline. So all you need to do, is set the -fgnu89-inline flag ...
For Fedora 23: dnf install @development-tools
Inspired by jayhendren's comment on your question: One solution is to install package firmware-ralink that also contains drivers for your USB Wireless dongle. It is now included in the firmware-non-free package.
You can use DKMS install command (Ref: man dkms) to rebuild and install the module for specific kernel. Below an example created by removing virtualbox modules for one kernel version. sudo dkms install <module-name>/<module-version> -k <kernel-version> $ dkms status vboxhost, 5.0.10, 4.2.0-21-generic, x86_64: installed vboxhost, 5.0.10, ...
I don't know what "-lcap" is The -l flag to the GCC C compiler tells it to link in a library, in this case called cap, which is an abbreviated version of the library name. The full name is libcap.so.2.22 on CentOS 7, with the alias libcap.so.2. Chasing such details down is not your problem; leave it to the linker. What does matter here is that you're ...
The libraries on the target system differ from those of the host system your executable was compiled on / against. You should include --static option in your CFLAGS and LDGLAGS if you're using make. If you're using straight gcc, use the --static option this way the executable is portable.
Hi I'm one of the rmlint dev's. Unfortunately I don't think you'll be able to get rmlint running under cygwin (although happy to be proven wrong). Edit: have been proven wrong. Now have more-or-less working command-line version of rmlint under cygwin. It requires: gcc-core pkg-config libglib2.0-devel libtool and optionally: libjson-glib 1.0-devel ...
The following steps have worked for me (Ubuntu): curl http://www.apuebook.com/src.3e.tar.gz Download the gzipped tar archive from official book site tar xzf src.3e.tar.gz This creates the unzipped folder called apue.3e under current directory by default cd apue.3e make This will automatically compile all the source code in all the folders cd intro then ...
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