Fedora Installation :: Recompile In 9 If The Packages Installed Through Yum Install Command?

Mar 6, 2009

Currently i am using mapserver 5.0.3 , AGG 2.5-6 on fedora 9. I need some help with mapserver and AGG support. I am trying to use AGG/PNG outformat in the mapfile as well as i added precisely. When i call the link through browser i recieved the following error:

loadOutputFormat(): General error message. OUTPUTFORMAT clause references driver AGG/PNG, but this driver isn't configured. It is clearly evident that from the error, the driver is not configured. since all the mapserver version 5 suppotrs AGG rendering backend, so i checked whether mapserver supports AGG or not.

[kapil@localhost cgi-bin]$ mapserv -v
[kapil@localhost cgi-bin]$

I found that my mapserver doesn't support AGG means SUPPORTS = AGG is missing in the above output. But i have already installed AGG in my system. In order to clear this issue i gone through many threads in forums, but i was not satisfied with the answers. Atlast i came to know that, i have to recompile the mapserver with AGG. The following link gives you some idea about compiling mapserver with AGG in linux [URL] But the problem now i am facing is i have installed both the mapserver and AGG through YUM INSTALL command so i dont know how to recompile mapserver with AGG support. I think, there will be no configuration file normally when installing through Yum insatll command.

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Fedora Installation :: Too Many Installed Packages In Text Mode Install?

Jan 23, 2009

On some computers I can not use graphical installation interface of Fedora 9. So I use text mode.I would like to have a very small installation with very few installed packages, so at package selection I uncheck everything. In text mode installation there is no option to customize installed packages down to package names. I can only check main themes.So I uncheck everything and installation starts. This method results over 400 packages to bo installed... This is too much with many unnecessary packages.If I use graphical interface and uncheck every package name at custom package selection then about 150 packages will be installed.Is there any good way to use textmode installation and don't install more than 400 packages?

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Feb 22, 2009

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this happened after i modified the yum.repo.d files for installing softwares from DVD... i edited the files back to original.. i've triple checked my repo files and they are correct...

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Jun 20, 2009

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Sep 14, 2010

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Aug 9, 2010

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May 6, 2010

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Jul 9, 2010

I've been using ubuntu for about two years my inspiron laptop has a problem with the touchpad if fails to regester some of the taps this issue exists only in linux, in all distros while in windows it works perfectly on ubuntu I used to solve the problem by modifying and recompiling the synaptics driver this how I fix it on ubuntu


1. apt-get source xserver-xorg-input-synaptics

2. sudo apt-get build-dep xserver-xorg-input-synaptics

3- modify the file in the home folder/xserver-xorg-input-synaptics-1.2.2/src/synaptics.c

4. save & close the file

5. sudo dpkg-buildpackage

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Jan 14, 2010

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Nov 16, 2009

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(There is a bug in mencoder that was fixed in the latest source tree - a documented bug that has to do with subtitles. I don't think I can patch a library with a diff line of code, so thought the best answer to get the update would be to install mplayer by source. I love using Fedora, and would like to make that next step in learning linux by building a few custom packages. Apparently, I don't have all the skills yet!)

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Jun 7, 2010

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rpm -qa
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Feb 3, 2010

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Apr 2, 2010

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I've found the following procedure, but this method requires that the machine still boots. (and my machine does not boot anymore) code...

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PS, My appologies for my English, I'm dutch

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