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As a sum up of the comments. One has to add the environment variables as follows. LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/home/<user>/lib" LIBRARY_PATH="/home/<user>/lib" CPATH="/home/<user>/include"


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Can python stdlib files be directly edited? Yes, generally, although some of them are compiled C extensions, which you won't be able to. Can you run Visual Studio as root? I'm not sure, but it's such a complicated program that's it's probably a better idea, from a security perspective, not to. Anyways, using sudo for gui programs can cause all sorts of ...


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https://github.com/rs1909/knut/tree/master/knut /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lgfortran /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lquadmath Please read knut/knut/knut.spec.cmake → Buildrequires: libgfortran-static .... i.e. libgfortran.a Probably the same for -lquadmath : libquadmath.a ( I get no errors with the cmake configuring : The Makefile is created.) EDIT ...


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There's no general way to know which library is required to use a particular function. You need to look at the documentation of that library. A well-written tutorial or API reference should tell you, that's its job. You can at least get an idea of what library package is required: it's the same library package that contains the header file. How to determine ...


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Your question doesn't specify if you are exporting the variables or not, so I'm operating on the assumption that you haven't exported them. Set your variables as you normally do, but before running the command you need to run, export each one. export LD_LIBRARY_PATH export CFLAGS In this way, you make the variable available to everything you run in that ...



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