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According to your log file, you are missing the libmfhdf.a and libdf.a static libraries. Here is the interesting part of the log: gcc: error: /usr/lib/libmfhdf.a: No such file or directory gcc: error: /usr/lib/libdf.a: No such file or directory configure:3124: $? = 0 configure:3113: /usr/bin/h4cc -v >&5 gcc: error: /usr/lib/libmfhdf.a: No such file ...


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Well @stevepusser from forums.debian.net helped me :) The trick is to create a package from the ppa. The official tutorial with much more details can be found here: debian/wiki/CreatePackageFromPPA But to install powernap you should follow these steps: - Install the Debian SDK: apt-get install devscripts build-essential - Add the PPA source url to your ...


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Yum will do that by default in Live mode; anything you install whilst running off a live optical disc is installed to RAM because you are running off of RAM as it is. If you want to do it explicitly, though, you can create a RAM disk: mkdir foo mount -t tmpfs -o size=4096M bar /foo where: mount is the command. -t tmpfs specifies the type of filesystem. ...


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Eclipse doesn't need an installation. Simply run ./eclipse inside the folder. That's all. Or create the desktop file. In my example, the Eclipse folder is located in /opt/eclipse nano ~/.local/share/applications/eclipse.desktop and add the lines below [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=Eclipse Comment=Eclipse Integrated Development Environment ...


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As with most devel-packages for SLES, python-devel and ruby-devel are not included in SLES itself but can be found in the SLES Software Development Kit (SDK). Download the SLES 11 SP2 SDK ISO and add it as a repository to install the packages with zypper. Newer versions of the SDK can be found on download.suse.com.


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To run root commands as regular user you call sudo in front of the command like sudo yum update.


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To solve the issue, install the python-dev package which include the Python.h header file needed for compilation of pycrypto.: apt-get install python-dev But, you can also easily install the python-crypto package directly: apt-get install python-crypto


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Start by reading about Debian packaging in general: https://wiki.debian.org/HowToPackageForDebian


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The best thing to do would be as follows: 1- Write a bash script *.sh file with the installation commands 2- Use the scp command to copy the *.sh script along with any binary files needed to the target machine 3- Connect using ssh to the target machine and run the *.sh script Note: if you haven't used ssh before, you might have to install the ...


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I recommend you to introduce configuration management software like Ansible, Chef, CFEngine, etc. See also this Wikipedia article.


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Assuming you have root access to the machine, you could write an installation routine. I made a few assumptions, as the availability of apt-get #script, saved local, executed on ssh server: #install tools: apt-get -y install tool1 tool2 #be careful with the -y option, though #new zsh tools: #load standard .zshrc file echo . /home/user/.zshrc > ...


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Don't fear trying other distributions. If your PC can handle it, maybe you can try them on a virtual machine (or just download a live CD to see how a distro feels like before installing!). Ubuntu is based on Debian, so you may find that distribution familiar. Most of the things you use/do in Ubuntu will work just as well on Debian. Arch lets you choose a ...


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Looking at this answer http://askubuntu.com/questions/616807/cannot-install-gimp-64-bit i solved the problem changing the mirrors. Now everything works perfectly.


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It looks like you're missing a few dependencies. That would be a bug in the configure script. You might want to file a bugreport to the screen maintainers.



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