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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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AFAIK, this looks good. The default one I use is a little different. It comes from the Linux Device Drivers book # To build modules outside of the kernel tree, we run "make" # in the kernel source tree; the Makefile these then includes this # Makefile once again. # This conditional selects whether we are being included from the # kernel Makefile or not. ...


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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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No, it can't fully automatically infer dependencies. If it had been packaged, apt-get build-dep oprofile would have helped. If you can find a package elsewhere, you can look up the dependencies there. For example, if the package exists in the next release of your distribution. e.g. here: ...


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In short: It's available via apt-get with: sudo apt-get install libois-dev and/or sudo apt-get install libois-1.3.0 In long: Based on all the warnings in the boot strap and configure I think it's just a wee bit old. The repo has not been touched in 5 years or so although there are some forks. As for install ogre via apt this is also possible, but ...


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The solution is to update pkg-config to the latest version (0.28 at the moment). I had 0.18.


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It's possible, but it's very difficult. If you really want to rebuild everything from source, you'll end up running into dependency loops which you will have to break. But if you want to persevere, instead of using apt-get build-dep you should look inside each source package's debian/control, and rebuild all the packages listed in Build-Depends and ...


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Create a soft link at /opt/csw/bin/gcc-4.8 that points to your cc or gcc compiler, maybe?



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