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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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I am not sure whether it applies in your case - but I use graft. It basically allows me to have a tree of installed packages in whatever place I want (e.g. $HOME/packages) and install symlinks to their files in whatever hierarchy I want (e.g under $HOME/local or /usr/local if I have root access). In effect, it helps you maintain a number of custom compiled ...


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You can download the git source and do ./configure --prefix=/home/user/myroot && make && make install to install git to your home directory provided you have the build tools. If you don't have the build-essential package installed (dpkg --list|grep build-essential), you will need to install those to your home directory as well. Copied from ...


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It's better not to change the officialy installed package libpng12-dev but rather to indicate in the Makefile from libbpg where to find libpng 1.6 So I modify the Anthon's solution : # install dev packages needed sudo apt-get install -y libsdl-image1.2-dev libsdl1.2-dev libjpeg8-dev # download, configure, make and make install PNG 1.6 (You coul find a ...


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Try below command please: sudo apt-get -f install Please use below commands to remove apache2 sudo dpkg --remove apache2 or sudo dpkg --remove apache2-bin and then sudo dpkg --purge apache2 and at last sudo apt-get purge apache2 Hope this will help you. Thanks. Now you can install apache2 again: sudo apt-get update && ...


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Theoretically, it's possible to include the firmware on a separate device (like a USB key) during installation, but I've tried that about a dozen times on at least 5 different laptops across the last 3 Debian releases and never gotten it to work. Instead, I usually just use the unofficial non-free net install image. If you know ahead of time what non-free ...


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You can edit /etc/sudoers with the visudo command and add this line Defaults env_keep += "http_proxy https_proxy ftp_proxy" This pass the current user environment variables to the command excecuted under sudo, is the same as sudo -E some_command but automatically, you need this because yaourt internally uses sudo pacman and not sudo -E pacman This is ...


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


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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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When installing local applications, there are multiple options depending on how you want to access and update. Also should be noted that some methods look more like the system you already have and some are more ad-hoc. For only few packages,it is recommended to put add-on packages in /opt, where they are out of the way of everything else so nothing can mess ...


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Tough one. The only product I know in Linux that works like deep freeze is Lethe. In Windows the alternatives are endless, the free alt being Reboot Restore Rx.


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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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To answer the title question: remote install with aptitude in a terminal. I use aptitude for all my local package-management because it's excellent. Powerful search, nice UI for managing dependencies. Lets you get a set of purges, upgrades, and installs lined up, and see what's going to happen before it happens. To manage the set of packages installed on ...


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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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This is the complete solution for my problem install locales sudo vim /etc/apt/sources.list - deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy main contrib non-free rpi # Uncomment line below then 'apt-get update' to enable 'apt-get source' #deb-src http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy main contrib non-free rpi deb ...


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This is pretty strange default of openssh, that it sends your locale information to the servers you are connecting to. If you have some non-standard (non-US) locale, it causes more trouble than utility. You can get rid of this by removing SendEnv LANG LC_* line from /etc/ssh/ssh_config on your laptop. This will not trigger the warnings anymore for future ...


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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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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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The deb ... line isn't a command, it's a line you need to add to /etc/apt/sources.list using gedit as started by sudo gedit .... To fix the apt-get update error, you need to run apt-get as root, don't forget the sudo part of the instructions you're following. To fix the apt-key error, you need to make sure your system can reach the keys.gnupg.net keyserver. ...


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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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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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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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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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As an Arch user I'd highly reccomend it. it's not extremely beginner friendly but you'd catch on pretty fast, the Arch Wiki is really helpful. If you're worried about installing software, don't be. It's extremely easy on Arch, and if it's not in the Offical Repos you'll find it in the AUR. For installation I'd use the install script ...


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The Fedora Project has a list of best practices. Basically, the idea is that if a package requires a specific group, user/group management should be handled by the rpm install script using useradd or groupadd and should use getent to determine if the user or group it needs already exists. This allows administrators the flexibility to manage system ...


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I realize this is an old question, but I came here trying to find how to create groups in an rpm spec file. Hopefully, the following will be helpful. To check if if a group exists and see which users are part of it, use getent group root for group "root" for example. I also found the following helpful as a standard way to add groups in an rpm spec file: ...


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you can attempt gcc source buid.GCC requires MPC , MPFR and GMP as pre requisites.For GCC 4.8 , The version dependencies are MPC 0.8 GMP 6.0 MPFR 2.4.2.Down load the source packages , and install all packages under /usr/lib.The order of installation is gmp,mpfr,mpc


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I had this problem, having installed the 3.19 (Vivid) kernel on 14.04. As per the Ubuntu wiki's LTS Enable Stack page you need to: sudo apt-get install --install-recommends linux-generic-lts-vivid xserver-xorg-core-lts-vivid xserver-xorg-lts-vivid xserver-xorg-video-all-lts-vivid xserver-xorg-input-all-lts-vivid libwayland-egl1-mesa-lts-vivid You should ...


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Seemingly, the extension dir has a different location on different unices. On Ubuntu, it is /usr/lib/thunderbird-addons/extensions. This answer keeps your dir of /usr/lib/thunderbird/extensions/ unzip the xpi file (it is a zip) unzip addon.xpi retrieve the add-on id from the install.rdf file: ID=$(grep em:id install.rdf | head -1 | cut -d '>' -f 2 | ...


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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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Find which line in /etc/apt/sources.list or /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ and comment it. Then run apt-get update and try install php5-fpm again.


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Put it somewhere to be reached easily (although you can add shortcut to your system) like home folder. you can put it in other places but it may cause troubles about the permission thing.


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Even when they have been working very well during years, some features of AirCrack-NG are still considered as experimental, so you need to install the SVN development version to obtain them (Kali Linux includes it, but Ubuntu repositories don't): Compile SVN version adding experimental features: # apt-get update # apt-get install libsqlite3-dev $ svn co ...


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For mint 17.1 use http://repos.codelite.org/ubuntu/ trusty universe In terms of the steps, Remove all other codelite repos from /etc/apt/sources.list.d/additional-repositories.list Add the proper repo: sudo apt-add-repository 'deb http://repos.codelite.org/ubuntu/ trusty universe' Update sources: sudo apt-get update Install codelite: sudo apt-get install ...


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Try this: sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install python-matplotlib


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I think the best bet is for you to acquire another SGI machine, unfortunately. There are several MIPS emulators but none are at a state where they can yet run IRIX. Available emulators include: GXemul Qemu


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You can simply mount to ISO file to a loopback device and edit the files. Since you are only changing a firmware file you would not need to rebuild the ISO after the change. mount -o loop -t iso9660 filename.iso /mnt/iso You only need to rebuild the ISO if you change something in the boot record.



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