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comment Is there a convention for adding .pc files for pkg-config?
*for that lib - I meant 'with that lib'.
Mar
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accepted /etc/ld.so.conf doesn't contain /usr/lib
Mar
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comment Is there a convention for adding .pc files for pkg-config?
I had to add '-lboost_filesystem' flag when compiling my src for that lib, is that expected?
Mar
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comment Is there a convention for adding .pc files for pkg-config?
(package - libboost1.42-dev)
Mar
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comment Is there a convention for adding .pc files for pkg-config?
It was the dev package I installed via apt, yet no .pc file?
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asked Is there a convention for adding .pc files for pkg-config?
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comment Vino on Gnome DE Fedora 18 listening on 0.0.0.0
yes did that but got the above error
Jan
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comment Vino on Gnome DE Fedora 18 listening on 0.0.0.0
tried ssh -L 5900:server-host-name:5900 … but came back with ssh: Could not resolve hostname ...: Name or service not known. I realise I'm probably being dense here but even after man ssh I'm not sure what I should be replacing ... with if anything
Jan
30
comment Vino on Gnome DE Fedora 18 listening on 0.0.0.0
thanks for the descriptive explanation. I can create a 'remote desktop' on the machine by logging in over remote X window and running vinagre client on it locally. So it's doesn't seem to be a vino issue. Here is my firewall config pastebin.com/hxBmYHTV I'm not really sure what that means.
Jan
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asked Is there anyway to run gnome desktop via a remote x window ssh tunnel?
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revised Vino on Gnome DE Fedora 18 listening on 0.0.0.0
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asked Vino on Gnome DE Fedora 18 listening on 0.0.0.0
Jan
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comment Intel 82845G Integrated Graphics hanging in Fedora 18 i686 desktop
(I did a yum -y update in between but that didn't update anything notable)
Jan
21
comment Intel 82845G Integrated Graphics hanging in Fedora 18 i686 desktop
I restarted and dmesg didn't show the hung GPU errors this time. Did it work this time or would it just not try to use/activate the integrated card?