I am a bioinformatician i am trying to install one of my software named MAQ, on ubuntu biolinux when i try to configure, it can't locate zlib.h. But zlib.h file is present in /usr/src/linux-headres-2.6.32-21-generic/include/linux. Why it is not detecting this file? I am pasting result after applying ./configure.
I am wanting to compile Firefox 5, which requires GTK+ 2.10, which requires glib 2.28, which requires zlib 1.2.5.When I install zlib 1.2.5, Ubuntu 10.04 brakes and I have to remove the zlib files for it to work again.Anyone got an idea why is this happening?Try it in a virtual machine and watch Ubuntu 10.04 fail.
I'm trying to install .tar.bz2 app. When I run cmake I get this error message: Code: -- Found KDE 4.4 include dir: /usr/include -- Found KDE 4.4 library dir: /usr/lib -- Found the KDE4 kconfig_compiler preprocessor: /usr/bin/kconfig_compiler -- Found automoc4: /usr/bin/automoc4 CMake Error at /usr/share/cmake-2.8/Modules/FindPackageHandleStandardArgs.cmake:70 (MESSAGE): Could NOT find ZLIB (missing: ZLIB_LIBRARIES ZLIB_INCLUDE_DIRS) Call Stack (most recent call first): /usr/share/cmake-2.8/Modules/FindZLIB.cmake:39 (FIND_PACKAGE_HANDLE_STANDARD_ARGS) CMakeLists.txt:15 (find_package) Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!
I am trying to install Tracon Ubuntu Karmic Koala. In order to install Trac, setup tools needs to be installed.I have followed the instructions on this page;setuptools but when I run the 'python ez_setup.py' command I get the following error message
'Traceback (most recent call last): File "ez_setup.py", line 278, in <module> main(sys.argv[1:])
before compiling, what apt-get install commands do I need to perform to ensure I have zlib on my system as I am not to sure as to which library to use I was thinking of using the following please confirm if this is correct.
I am trying to install gcc 4.2.4 I specifcially need C++ 4.2.4 and gfortran 4.2.4. I successfully installed gcc 4.4.1 through yast. However, the software I am trying to compile will not compile with 4.4.1. After contacting the software support, they inform me that it will only compile with 4.2.4. So, I searched yast with no luck. I have found a .tar.bz2 on the internet. I attempted to configure and then build. I get the following error after running the make command.
configure: error: cannot find neither zip nor jar, cannot continue
I have to install zlib for running ./configure.I typed "sudo apt-get install zlib" but it doesn't work...Quote:configure: error: zlib library not found or incompatible, please specify the correct path with --with-zlib=DIR... stopping
I had dual screen config (large desktop) going on 11.2 with proprietary nvidia driver without problems. After upgrade to 11.3 this didin't work. I was not able to find a way to configure nouveau drivers, and it was stuck in the 'twinview' mode, so decided to install binary nvidia instead (the 'hard way'). Took me a while to figure out 'nomodeset' thing, but in the end drivers were installed successfully. The problem now is that only monitor displays anything, and I can't find the nvidia control panel to activate second monitor and extend the desktop there.
Used to be able to install nvidia control panel easily in 11.2 with one-click install, but for 11.3 the page says that the one-click install buttons aren't ready yet (SDB:NVIDIA drivers - openSUSE) So my question is 'how to get dual screen going and extend my desktop to second screen using 11.3 and nvidia 210 card' ? And I don't care whether it's nouveau or proprietary drivers, as long as it's easy to configure and it works.
I'm trying to cross compile something and it requires a recent version of Boost. I'm using squeeze and gnome and my updates are all up to date. I could not get through the 'configure' stage with Boost dev packages from the debian repository, so I went to the Boost web site. I thought the package requires boost 1.44 or later, so I downloaded 1.45.0 from the site and proceeded to build and install it. I think I installed it right, using /usr/local/ as the prefix. Back at my main project, I try to configure my build and I get some of the following text and then the configure stops.
checking for Boost's header version... 1_45 checking for the toolset name used by Boost for arm-none-linux-gnueabi-g++... configure: WARNING: could not figure out which toolset name to use for arm-none-linux-gnueabi-g++ checking boost/date_time/posix_time/posix_time.hpp usability... yes
I cannot get past the 'date_time' thing. Does anyone know what is meant by 'flags to link with Boost date_time' ?
I have a desktop computer running Debian Lenny, a 56 K modem, and a dial-up account, currently configured like this: computer -> modem -> UPS -> phone jack
When I run off a Knoppix live CD, I can use kppp to configure pppd (using PAP/CHAP authentication and hardware control flow) to dialup and surf. When I try to user kppp to configure pppd exactly the same way on my hard drive installation, I get nothing. Both my Knoppix live CD and Debian Lenny use exactly the same version of kppp, but the pppd related files in /etc/ppp look a bit different.
Under both Knoppix and Debian Lenny hard drive installation, when I try to connect, the login debug window of kppp shows:
Code: ATZ OK ATM1L1 OK ATDT [phone number]
At this point I hear the modem dialing out, and when using Knoppix, after a few seconds I see
Which I think corresponds to my route to the InterNet being established through my ISP. When using the hard drive install, I never see the CONNECT, and all indications are that my modem is not sending authentication information at all, but getting stuck right after dialing out, so that my ISP gets a phone call from a modem which... refuses to speak. I never had any problems before, so I am baffled.
So apparently my system is currently misconfigured in some way which prevents point to point protocol from getting out.
Questions: I have a firewall on my computer which I set up using guarddog. I have enabled point to point protocol from internet zone to local zone. I know that ppp is a symmetrical protocol, but my understanding is that I do not need to enable point to point from local to internet zone. I have not enabled irc protocol because my understanding is that this is only relevant to software flow control using chat scripts. Does this sound correct? Is there some additional protocol I need to allow in order to use pppd to dial out?
When I reboot my computer (off the hard drive) I sometimes see that the system complaining about a failure to stop every process, and sometimes I see mention of an eth0.pid. I have been looking for lock files; would they all be in /var/run?
When I use kppp to configure pppd, I want to do that as my ordinary user for at least two reasons, correct? don't want to run pppd as root user for security reasons kppp is a GUI and root user can't use X (on Debian)
So I should see in home directory of my ordinary user .kde/share/config/kppprc .kde/share/apps/kppp
But not in /root directory, correct? What pppd related processes should I see with ps -ef if everything is working?
I'm trying install TACACS+ server version 18.104.22.168 from sources. (OS OpenSUSE 11.2) On the ./configure stage i've got the following error message configure: error: Could not find libwrap. You must first install tcp_wrappers. But libwrap library has installed already. I see this by the output of ls command within /lib directory
# ls /lib | grep wrap libwrap.so.0 libwrap.so.0.7.6
So i suggested option --with-libwrap=/lib could solve the problem. But it is not. Also i was tried make #export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/lib with no result. The problem is still there.
I have a fresh install of COS5.6 installed a test laptop. I have following instructions to set up the PXE server based on the following: http:[url]......The base PXE installation seems to work fine (The menu labeled CentOS 5.6 works fine ). The whole purpose of this was to be able to boot iso's like Hirens and Imaging software ISO's.The issue is that whenever i try to pick an iso from the list it just says "Could not find ramdisk image:" [path to iso][path to iso] being either of the two iso i had set up to test this.
I would like to think that i made a typo but i can find one. The files i used are from the source of syslinux v4.0.4.The following information should be pertinent Contents of /tftpboot/pxelinux.0/default[code].....
I have a limited experice with linux in an enterprise environment and looking for any direction as to what to do about this.
Now i have 64 bit computer i installed Slackware 23 64 bit on it. i followed Alien Bob's multi lib how to and installed needed libraries one by one. everything is fine expect wine configure script can not find some libraries needed: libgsm, libmpg123, libopenal, libxcomposite.
I have already installed 32 bit compatibility packages and used /etc/profile.d/32bit.sh as recommended in Alien Bob's howto. configure -- does not really list anything for pointing for libraries.
I'm running Slack 13.1 [32 bit] Re: pdfedit from SlackBuilds 13.1. I've installed qt3 per the dependencies w/installpkg. I've pointed pdfedit.SlackBuilds to where qt3 is and it's found fine. The problem arises when the build can't find docbook stylesheets. "checking for docbook xsl... configure: error: unable to find docbook.xsl stylesheet"
I've installed docbook.xsl where it can be found which is in the same folder qt3 support is found and verified my system can find it there,, which it does. I still get the can't find stylesheet error. Is this a glitch or am I overlooking something somewhere along the line?
I am trying to follow this tutorial below so that I can get Text to the right of icons on the GNOME desktop. [URL] Everything so far has worked fine, except when I get to step 3 where I compile Nautilus. When I try to run the command ./configure --prefix=/usr It tells me bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
I found a tool made for Ubuntu called Xautoclick. I downloaded it and it is called "xautoclick-0.30.tar.gz" The installation notes say "tallatBe sure you have the proper development packages for your distribution installed (i.e. something like xserver-xorg-dev, gtk2-dev, et cetera). After that, run:
./configure make sudo make install" I have no clue what to do... I typed in "./configure" in the terminal and it says "bash: ./configure: No such file or directory?
kpilot worked just fine with my Palm Tungsten T3 on OpenSuse 10.3. I recently upgraded to 11.2 and have had numerous problems. It took me a while to get the hardware talking (documented in another thread), but now the sync is proving to be problematic. A hotsync happens - and I can also sync fully with jpilot, but the sync isn't going anywhere. I'm hoping to sync with kontact, but it's impossible to tell as kpilot hangs whenever I try to configure the conduits through the "Configure kpilot" menu item. When syncing, the log complains of missing conduits:
I have tried to install and configure Hudson in centos distro version 5.Installed hudson with tomcat by deploying .war files.after configuration was completed, builded a project.It displayed build was completed successfully.but I was not able to download output of build.
So I rechecked configuration,found that i havent set artifact file pattern to archive. how to set artifact file pattern and how to get build output. how to manage hudson by using configure system and configure options.what is the correct way to configure public hudson?.
I want to install a program from this website http:[url].... and i download the option " hydra-6.3-src.tar.gz".i tried following the instructions on this page: https:[url].... but when i get to the ./configure step it says "bash: ./configure: No such file or directory"
The find command does not seem to find all files in my directory hierarchy. My home directory is automounted from a server. The command to illustrate this is:find | sed -e 's/^.///' | sed -e 's//.*//' | sort -uThe result misses several directories. Likewise, a find of a particular file, like:find . -iname *sample* -printwhere sample_file.txt resides in one of the directories that is missing in the first find command, finds nothing
I have 4 Linux machines with cluster.My target is to find all kind of IP address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) in every file in the linux system remark: need to scan each file in the linux system and verify if the file include IP address if yes need to print the IP as the following