Fedora :: GNU Auto Series Will Not Generate Make Script?
Aug 11, 2010
I was tried to compile the brl-cad for my IA32 machine. I install all the GNU auto series (autoconf, automake, libtool). Then I run sh autogen.sh asnstructed by the installation guide. But after the preparation finish, I check my directory. The make script does not exist. And everything broke down here. When I tried to run "make", I got this feed back: make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.(of course, there is no make file)I had run every step by using root account. Hence, there should not be any restriction on operation.
I have a problem with the latest Fedora. Installed it cleanly on a machine with Gigabyte H55M-S2 with Intel Core i3. There seems to be no sound and I checked to see if anything is muted but is not. The manual says that the sound chip is ALC888B so this could be the first problem. Any ide how I can make it work? Here is a dump of some things on my system.
Code: [weaz ~]$ lspci | grep Audio 00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset High Definition Audio (rev 06) [weaz ~]$ uname -a Linux EarthwormJim 22.214.171.124-48.fc14.i686 #1 SMP Fri Oct 22 15:34:36 UTC 2010 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
There's a podcast on the internet I love, and I would like to have them all in the same playlist. This podcast doesn't put their episodes in a playlist. Are there any software or scripts I can use for this to work so I can simply just type in the http://url/directory, and have all the mp3 files in a playlist. Or if the playlist part isn't possible, then at least a text documents with all the links?
I have recently got a new car, which as a USB port to connect either an iPOD or Storage Device. For some reason I decided to get a portable 500GB HDD to put my music on. When you plug in an iPOD you get the nice options to search by genre, artist, etc. You don't get this option with a storage device, just the option to go through the folders. The car stereo will read playlists. I'm wondering whether there's an easy way to create playlists so I get these options:
Artists > Artists A-D Artists > Artists E-G etc
Genre > Genre A-D etc
I know rhythmbox can do this manually (as can iTunes) but surely there's an easier way. I'm planning to keep adding more music so an automated process would be nice to keep the playlists refreshed. Where the playlists are saved onto my HDD rather than having to save them one by one.
I'm just learning to use Eclipse (have previously been a vim+make developer). I created the standard Hello World project following the tutorial. The program compiles fine, but if I build it again without cleaning the project, make aborts with a glibc double free message (pasted below). The same thing happens if I run make in the Debug directory outside eclipse. I don't know make well enough to figure out what the problem is, and to my mind Eclipse shouldn't be generating a buggy makefile anyway.
I've attached a tarfile of the project directory. Download the file and the following sequence of commands should show you the problem: tar xvzf HelloWorld.tar.gz && cd HelloWorld/Debug && make && make Also, if you think it would be worthwhile submitting a bugreport to the Fedora Eclipse dev team, let me know where I can do that and I'll be happy to.
I have an issue that my BACKUP drive is listed twice. (internal FAT) I am running F12 32b. I have it listed in FSTAB so it will automount & set the permissions. I did this in the earlier versions I upgraded from. I would like to either get rid of the other entry or, if easier, make it auto & set permissions but I don't know where it is.
Previously I have Centos 5.3 installed. Eventually I upgraded the systems to Centos 5.4 Now is it possible to generate an ISO and burn into a DVD to make a new copy of Centos 5.4 installation disk? This is far better than downloading.
what are the series of files that are called when a user make copy operation from usb mass storage to hard disk?i have reached the code of the usb mass storage in linux kernel 2.6.33 and i want the exact code the make the copy how can i do that?
I'm new to linux, and I've been following a paper [URL] to build a linux cluster using RedHat 5. I'm up to part VII step 5, installing the message-passing software MPICH2-1.4, and I'm not quite sure how to "execute the compile command 'make' to generate the binary codes of MPI."
How to find out the series (i series or z series)in redhat enterprise linux If I give uname -a it gives Linux hostname 2.6.9-55.ELsmp #1 SMP Fri Apr 20 17:03:35 EDT 2007 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux Does this mean that my server is in i series as it says i386..?
In dealing with the Nvidia Powermizer, I have to set it to "Prefer Maximum Power" mode from adaptive mode in order that I can avoid laggy in using my GUI. However, it doesn't save this setting so I have to manually tweak it everytime........
Someone on the web taught me to use the following command line: nvidia-settings -a [gpu:0]/GPUPowerMizerMode=1 running it in the terminal it will set to the mode I want.
Would I be able to make my computer run the above command in terminal everytime it starts? I tried to put the command in the start up applications and it seems not working.
I've installed Lubuntu on a Packard Bell EasyNote W3344 D. lsusb displays the usb pen, however it's not automounted. All three options under pcmanfm --> Preferences -- Volume Managment is ticked. I've tried two different usb pens, both formatted fat32 and confirmed working on ordinary Ubuntu. I should add that I previously installed Mint Fluxbox, but eventually reinstalled (choosing Lubuntu) because I wasn't able to enable auto mount of usb pen. Both /mnt and /media remains empty after insertion of the usb pen. Auto mount of optical drive is working properly.
I have been through a lot of posts and was still unable to connect to the internet using wvdial utility after doing all the changes. I being a newbie to this operating system, didn't know how to get started. After going through a lot of posts, I came across an application that is going to be a part of Fedora 12 called ' blueman '. It is used to connect to the internet using a gprs enabled phone via bluetooth. It integrates itself with Network Manager making it even more easier to use. To install it type the following commands in the terminal:
Type in your password and hit enter. Then type
yum install blueman
The application is only 575kb and will install instantly.And after a reboot fedora will show an applet related to that application. Open it and click search to list all available devices and select your phone and then select bond to pair your phone with your computer ( if it isn't already). After bonding right click your phone and select serial ports>dial up service. this will make the gprs/edge/3G connection to appear in network manager and selecting it will connect your computer to the internet.
This was the bluetooth way. If you want to connect through USB, just plug in your phone and select PC Suite mode in your phone. The fedora installation will automatically detect your phone as a modem and the connection will appear in the network manager.
This works on all N series Nokia phones and also most other phones as well.
I see there are lots of messages about fedora 12 freezing.Actually I have such a problem with fedora 11 since I updated to kernel 2.6.30. My laptop, all of a sudden, freezes. Everything is freezed: mouse is not working, keyboard not responding (hitting caps lock produces nothing), can't switch to terminals, ctrl+alt+canc don't work. I can just push the power button to shutdown the system. BUT the hard disk activity is still going on. I can see and hear the sleeping daemons that cause some usual disk activity while the rest of the system is completely freezed.My system is a HP DV5-1025el with an AMD Turion ZM-80, Ati Radeon HD3450, 4Gb of RAM and 250gb HDD.I got fedora 11 regularly updated, now has kernel 126.96.36.199-105.2.23.fc11, but it is used to happen also with older 2.6.30 kernels, NEVER happened with 2.6.29 kernels. Video driver isn't the cause, since it happens with both proprietary fglrx and OSS radeon drivers.
i'm trying to install an orb, MICO, that can generate stubs, skeletons to C++ language, but i'm not having any sucess until now. Anyone knows some orb to c++ and how to install in fedora? I'm using fedora 12 x86_64, my gcc is gcc (GCC) 4.5.1 20100924 (Red Hat 4.5.1-4).
I have a nifty new headset (a JawBone icon�the noise cancellation is incredible) and I've successfully connected it to my Karmic laptop (64 bit, for the off chance it makes a difference). The trouble is, I only occasionally want to connect it to my laptop; I mostly use it with my mobile 'phone.
The two devices fight over my new toy a lot, and invariably the laptop wins, contrary to what I want. It seems a pain to have to rediscover the headset every time I want to use VIOP or whatever, so is there a way to add a device to Karmic's Bluetooth list, but not have it connect whenever it sees it?
I'm using OpenOffice from repo. In Calc I want to fill in 2 cells under eachother, consisting of a name, space and a digit. Then, after selecting both cells, drag them down to get a list of this name, with only the digits being different. When using OpenOffice from original download, this gave no problem. Now however, I'm presented with a Fill Series window that gives me some options like Direction, Series type, etc. And whatever I fill in, it says �nvald value. How can I get rid of this Fill Series window. The Help function in OpenOffice doesn't give a clue on Fill Series.
I've done my best to fix this but, after encountering numerous problems, it's become apparent that while I might be a pretty good Windows user, I don't know bugger all about Linux and evidently you need to be 1337 just to install drivers, but anyway...
I have a NVIDIA 6800 GT graphics card, old but still functioning properly. Fedora 13 didn't install any drivers automatically, so I went to the NVIDIA site to see if they supported their cards under Linux. They did... sort of. It seems they only provide a 'generic' Linux display driver for x86 architectures, which wasn't preferable but it was the best I was going to get, so I downloaded it. Their site provides a setup Readme, but I've run into countless problems and finally I've come up against one that it doesn't document.
First was the fact that I couldn't install it with X window running. I assume this is the base UI for Linux, so I rebooted into run level 3 and tried again, at which point it complained about a 'nouveau' process still running. I added the line rdblacklist=nouveau to my boot so that this wouldn't be enabled, but then it complains that my GCC is missing. So, I install the GNU Cross Compiler with the Fedora RPM manager, but now the setup complains that my 'kernel source tree' can't be found and asks me to install it - but what exactly is a kernel source tree anyway?
I'm trying to set up Asus Eeepc for a my friend so she can listen to midwest irish radio,without me being there to switch it on . she can only switch the notebook on and off,that all she can manage.So i thought there must be a way to switch the notebook it does the rest for you.I know there is people out there who can work this out in no time at all.I do not know much about linux,just the basic,there must be (as in windows)a macro program that records and replays back actions