Software :: Need Link To Netpbm Binaries

Aug 27, 2010

Looking for netpbm binaries for 686 Linux. Found the netpbm binaries to the gallery project, but they don't have the full netpbm library. I came across [URL] but I think that needs csh which I don't have.

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Software :: Link To Download Gcc Binaries ?

Jan 24, 2010

Does any one know some links to download the gcc binaries?Noted that it's the "binaries".

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Software :: Netpbm Install - Permission Denied ?

Jul 17, 2009

I'm trying to install netpbm on my dedicated server and I'm getting the follow message every time I try to run ./configure


And I know I have permission to run ./configure because I tried it on a different software and it ran just fine.

And I can't even do the make either because I got a permission denied again. Can anyone help me out here? Thanks.

My dedicated server is running CentOS 5.

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Jan 2, 2011

I would like to scan some documents and create a *.pdf file from the resulting *.tif output image files. I believe I used Eric Smith's Tumble-0.33 for this a few years ago, but can't remember how I built it. The Makefile assumes the pbm library. I believe the current version (at least with my Slackware linux 2.6) is netpbm, ie usrlib etpbm, and I'm having trouble figuring out how to modify the Makefile to use this library. The author does some stuff there that is beyond my scope. Anyone done the recently who can point me in the right direction?

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OpenSUSE :: Symbolic Link Not Allowed Or Link Target Not Accessible: /srv/www/htdocs?

Apr 28, 2010

i only need localhost for testing some phpnow i get[Wed Apr 28 18:44:57 2010] [error] [client ::1] Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible: /srv/www/htdocs

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Programming :: Link Directories - Symlink Not Updated / Hard Link Not Supported?

Sep 6, 2010

In the ordering of files I keep I need links to directories. Sometimes I even need to move directories to new locations. I have tried using symlinks, but they become dead when I move the directory they point to. I have tried hard links, but I haven't found any Linux file system that would support hard linked directories. How can I achieve that a complex structure of directories (currently with symlinks for directories and hard links for files) keep symlinks live when directories are moved?

- is there any utility that updates symlinks when a directory is moved?

- is there any Linux filesystem that supports hard linked directories?

- is there any good Linux interface to the new NTFS (the only file system I know to support automatically updating directory links, called directory junctions)?

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Aug 16, 2011

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Jun 8, 2010

Whenever we insert CD,it creates a shortcut link in desktop.Can we list this link name by using any command? I am using Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.0.

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Sep 8, 2010

how can we create soft link and hard link in RHEL5 when am using in command it is giving format error

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Ubuntu Networking :: Mount To Vista Needed For Apache - Symbolic Link Not Allowed Or Link Target Not Accessible

Apr 26, 2010

I have a problem where I'm using Ubuntu linux to mount a Windows Vista machine's USB drive and access it on the web using Apache. I did have the USB drive plugged into the Linux machine directly and that was working via the web. FollowSymLinks is on in httpd.conf


The mount works and I can see the files (see above) from my regular linux user account. If I make a test file in /mnt and soft link to that, I can see it on the web. So it's just the mount to the vista machine that seems to be a problem. It's supposed to be a simple read-only mount and the apache login should (I think) be able to see the same generic root access permissions.

log from apache: [Mon Apr 26 20:39:42 2010] [error] [client] Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible: /home/user1/pub_html/Music, referer: https://xx.xx.xx/~user1/music.html

The credentials have a login and password that matches a special read-only account on Vista. I can see the files on the system from Linux, but not via the web. As mentioned above, a different link to the same /mnt area works fine via the web. I've tried several different mount options with no success.

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General :: Difference Between A Hard Link And Symbolic Link?

Jun 20, 2011

I have searched around and am trying to understand the difference between a hard link and symbolic link (soft link). I found this link is quite useful. But I am still not very clear. I understand soft link is not a copy of original file, but is a hard link a copy or not?

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Ubuntu :: 32 Bit Binaries On A 64 Bit Computer?

May 15, 2010

I am running Ubuntu 64-bit and I downloaded a 32-bit binary. I tried to run it in the shell using ./file but zsh said that it did not exist. However it shows up in nautilus and ls. Is this supposed to happen?

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May 24, 2010

After upgrading to Lucid I can compile but not run binaries from the console. I have build-essentials installed. When I try to run a compiled program I get this error:
bash: .: ./main: cannot execute binary file

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Feb 22, 2011

I'm trying to debug why I cannot run any java on my RHEL 5 box. Right now I'm just trying to run an example .jar file I got from


I'm not a java developer, just an end-user.

[xxxxx@xxxxx Desktop]$ cat /etc/redhat-release
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Client release 5.4 (Tikanga)
[xxxxx@xxxxx Desktop]$ uname -a


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Software :: Gcc / G++ Binaries Available For Download?

Apr 13, 2010

Are there gcc and g++ binaries available for download anywhere? I can only seem to find sources, which I can't get to build (trying to upgrade to a newer compiler).

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Fedora :: No Internet Connection - Where To Get VLC Binaries For F14

Jan 17, 2011

I just got F14 installed on my pendrive with persistent data and I want to be able to play DVD's, .mp3, .avi etc. So of course I try to download vlc, but I have no internet connection on F14 and can't find any simple, non-RPMfusion way to download the binaries (I had an awful experience with the source a while ago). Does anyone know where I can get them?

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Jul 8, 2011

I recently installed FC15. When I try to execute a binary file, it shows permission denied message even when I login with the root user through "su -" command. It also give me the same message when I try to run a python script. How can I execute binaries in FC15?

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Jan 3, 2010

Could anyone suggest the best or a good news reader for binaries?

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Jul 21, 2010

I am new to Linux. Thanks in advance for correcting my misunderstanding and answering.

I would like to modify the gdm for testing purpose. To get started, I first get the source code of gdm (using apt-get source, or download the latest version from official gdm website) and compile it without any modification. Then I replaced one of the binary file of gdm. However, it resulted in "Ubuntu is running in low graphics mode" error.

My questions are:
1. why simply replacing the binary did not work?
2. I think it is possible that the way I configure/compile the program wrongly. So, is there a way to know how those programs are compiled in the distribution?

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Jul 21, 2010

I have no real LINUX system experience and therefore the company has tasked me to get a VMware Appliance running in which they can build their product.

The product runs on Red Hat 7.2. I have attempted many times to get Red Hat 7.2 installed on VMware player. It always fails when I get to Xwindows. I need Xwindows as the company is going to use NetBeans 6.9 for development.

I downloaded an Ubuntu 10.04 Appliance, which runs fine.

The idea is to build the product on the Ubuntu and run it on the Red Hat target.

All systems are x86 platforms.

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May 28, 2011

I am trying to install a minimalistic centos 5.6 VM.I have pulled the necessary RPMs from the centos website, using the following command:

yumdownloader --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=CentOS-5.6-x86_64
--destdir=/tmp/transitRPMs/ --installroot=/tmp/transitRPMs/ --resolve kernel
vim-minimal wget yum dhclient grub rootfiles openssh-clients openssh-server sysklogd passwd star attr[code].....

I do not see any 32 bit packages in the /tmp/transitRPMS directory, which good, and that is is what I expected / want.I have also downloaded the repodata and images directory from one of the CENTOS mirros, from the 5.6 directory.I am using the netinstall CD to kickstart the VM and using my local HTTP repository , which I created using the RPMs pulled from the yumuploader command.When I try to install the VM, after the disks are formatted, the installer starts asking for missing i386 or i686 packages. This is happening in both interactive installs, where I select absolutely no package; and also in the kickstart installs, where I have specified @core for the packages. I am unable to understand this behaviour. It was not so in CENTOS 5.5 x86_64 bit. I do not want to install 32 bit packages on my 64 bit machine.

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Nov 5, 2009

The program tripwire suggest a reinstall in single user mode before you set up its database. So you can be sure there is nothing scary on the computer to start with.I've tried doing this by a rather crude and direct method

for i in `cat /home/lugo/listOfInstalled.txt`; do apt-get install --reinstall --yes "$i"; done


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General :: Make A Script To Kill Binaries?

Sep 17, 2010

I have some binaries running on my server. I want to make a script to kill the binaries.

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General :: How To Execute Binaries Located In Different Directory

Feb 8, 2011

I am a newbie in writing unix scripts: I have a file with a list of arguments like:

./a arg1 arg2 arg3
./b arg1 arg2 arg3
./n arg1 arg2 arg3

But these binaries (a,b,..etc) are in a different sub directory from where the above file is located. How do I write a script that will pick up each line from the file and execute it.

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Security :: Remove Access To MOST Of These SUID Binaries?

Mar 16, 2010

I say to remove access to MOST of these SUID binaries? do they all need this power? what i want to do is minimize access just incase one of them gets an exploit(as ive already done for apache SuEXEC)


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Sep 3, 2010

I am trying to compile certain Linux general utilities like ls, lsof, ping, netstat with static linkers and not sure how do that. Does any one aware how to compile the application with statically rather than dynamically.

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Jun 13, 2011

I need to debug "ls". I downloaded coreutils and compiled them in debug mode."ls" uses readdir() kernel API to fetch files/directories from a file system. readdir() fetch data from any file system (suppose FAT or ext3).I have debug version of FAT/ext3 and installed, I also have debug version of coreutils (ls) as well.Now I want to debug from "ls" to "FAT/ext3 readdir()".How to do that?

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Slackware :: Slackbuild For Repackaging Of Scilab Binaries?

Jan 10, 2010

I'm trying to write a slackbuild for doing a slackware package from the binary distribution of you want to test it, it's here


there's also a slack64 package made from the use the slackbuild you have to download your file distribution in the same folder from here [URL] and then you have to launch it like this


ARCH=x86_64 PKGTYPE=txz TAG=custom ./scilab.SlackBuild
available archs are i686 and x86_64

EDIT: edited build script to install things in /opt. updated package.

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CentOS 5 :: Live USB Strange Modified Binaries?

Mar 10, 2011

I have CentOS 5.5 running as a desktop, on Live USB with persistent overlay. It's been working great since January. However yesterday I noticed something strange. Almost all the binary files, including those under /bin, /sbin, /usr/bin, and /usr/sbin, have been modified, compared to the originals in squashfs.img (I mounted squashfs.img and did a "diff -r" comparison). The timestamps all remain the same, but the sizes of the binary files have been increased by a typical 1 - 3 KB.

The system has never been updated, other than a few minor package installations via yum. It's running behind a firewall with no services except an SSH server on a non-standard port. Checks on log files etc. didn't find anything suspicious, and chkrootkit turned up nothing.

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Ubuntu :: Lucid Apache2 Directory Symlink Error "Symbolic Link Not Allowed Or Link Target Not Accessible"

Jun 2, 2010

There is a symlink from /var/www to a personal directory. FollowSymlink and chmod 755 are all set. It works perfectly until each morning I will get a "Symbolic link not allowed or link target not accessible" error. When I do a "sudo service apache2 restart", the problem will go away.

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