Debian :: Lenny Packages - Make Command Not Found

Oct 22, 2010

I have installed Lenny in my labtop. I have problem to install packages; command "make" "make install" "configure" doesn't work. It return: "bash: make: command not found". So I can't install flashplayer :/ Well, I start with Lenny.

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Debian :: Blocked Packages During Upgrade Lenny To Squeeze

Jan 21, 2010

I've found myself using Ubuntu more recently because of newer packaged apps, so I finally decided I'd upgrade my laptop and desktop”each amd64—to Squeeze, instead of starting a bunch of apt-pinninng. I started with the laptop, which despite my preparations is now broken.

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Jul 20, 2010

I just installed Lenny 505 LXDE (from the LXDE/XFCE install CD) on an old IBM Thinkpad 600E. It works fine (and fast). However, both apt-get and aptitude tell me that dozens of packages are orphaned, and these packages include essential things, such as the entirety of Openoffice and LXDE. Apt get reminding me that I can purge these packages (and wreck my system), and aptitude wants to remove them before doing anything. How can I force Debian to recognize that these packages were purposefully installed? Aptitude keep-all kind of worked. Autoremove no longer tries to remove the entire system, but deborphan still goes crazy and says all my packages are orphaned.

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Debian :: Lenny: Error On Fixing Broken Packages?

Aug 25, 2011

I have Lenny in a multi-boot system on a HP Pavilion DV-1000 laptop, and yesterday when I logged in, noticed the red (-) icon on the right of the top panel. Mouse over it gave the message: "An error occurred, please run Package Manager from the right-click menu to see what is ". On doing so, Synaptic came up with "You have 3 broken packages on your system! Use the "Broken" filter to locate them". Selecting "Broken dependencies" resulted in the "base-files", base-passwd", and "dpkg" being listed. All three had "Installed Version" the same as "Latest Version", but marked in red in the check boxes.

Did "Edit"->"Fix Broken Packages" which marked the packages green. Clicking "Apply" gave a summary list: coreutils, gawk, gcc-4.3-base, libacl1, libattr1, libc6, libgcc1, libselinux1, libstdc++6, and izma as the packages that needed to be installed. Clicked "Apply" and got: "E: Internal Error, Could not perform immediate configuration (2) on libc6" A Google search indicated several people had run into this problem, but I could not find one consistent solution that seemed to address the problem completely.

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Debian Installation :: No Init Found When Trying To Run Lenny?

Mar 25, 2010

I installed ubuntu on my dual boot Debian/Lenny and windows 7 toshiba laptop. Now when I try to boot Lenny i get the following error messages:

kinit : name_to_dev_t(/dev/sda6)=dev(8,6)
kinit : trying to resume from /dev/sda6
kinit : No resume image doing normal boot ....

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I can see the whole filesystem is there. The problem may have something to do with the boot loader. I was originally using Grub 1.5 when I just had Lenny and Windows 7, but when I installed ubuntu it has installed GRUB 2. When I use the debian install cd to go into rescue mode, all the init scripts are still where they should be. Another thing that happened when I partioned of a section for ubuntu all the dev numbers went up one. In the debian /boot/grub/menu.lst windows 7 was booting under (hd0,1) now it boots under (hd0,2) debian used to boot from (hd0,7) with root=/dev/sda8 but now it is under (hd0,8) root=/dev/sda9 in the GRUB2 menu.lst. Is there anyway to get my Debian back up and running? After 6 months of studying it at uni I am finally learning my way around and want it back.

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Debian Installation :: Remove All Sid Packages And Roll Back To Lenny?

Jun 7, 2010

I added Sid to my /etc/apt/sources.list, so that I could install KDE4 (as described on some random KDE4/Debian web page). However, I now think that was a mistake and it would have been better to attempt to backport KDE4 onto Lenny. Over time, more and more sid packages have crept into the system to resolve dependencies, and now my system seems a bit broken; 'top' won't run, complains about missing libtermcap which is there, my cron jobs seem to be ignored and so on.

So given a system that is a mix of Lenny and Sid, what is the best way to uninstall all the Sid packages and then get back to a clean Lenny install? Is there some way that I can list all Sid packages, maybe to a file, then use that to tell apt what Lenny packages to install after sources.list has been updated to remove Sid?

I kept a log as the system was built, of everything that had to be manually set up after the debian installer has completed when I moved from 32-bit to 64-bit, so I could just do a clean install of Lenny then reconstruct the system from scratch. However, would much prefer to use the package management tools to revert to a clean Lenny.

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Debian :: Hide Lost+found Of Ext3 On Lenny?

Mar 24, 2011

I've just installed a new 2TB disk. Its formatted as ext3 and mounted. Works fine.Only concern is that the lost+found directory is visible to normal users. The disk mount point is owned by root. ls -l showsdrwx------ 2 root root 16384 2011-03-24 10:36 lost+foundThe applicable line from fstab is/dev/sdb1 /var/wayfinder ext3 defaults 0 1

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Debian Installation :: KDE4 On Lenny: A Solution Might Have Been Found?

Feb 15, 2010

I've done some searches on here and can't seem to find anyone making any mention of this one site I found. Has anyone used the Debian Lenny KDE32 images from this site?[URL].. I downloaded it and it works GREAT! I think the solution for us poor Lenny holdouts might have been found. Especially those who have ati radeon cards. As background. I am running a Radeon 9000 pro agp card. I've been looking for SOME way to get KDE4 that works. Kubuntu, forget it. Mandriva was close but I'd miss apt too much. I was thinking of trying backports. But it seems these guys have already done the work. I downloaded their Lenny KDE32 image and burned it. Be aware, this is a DVD image, not a cd image. At 786megs it won't fit on a cd. But I put it on a dvd and it worked fine. Booted up to a nice clean running KDE4 on a lenny system. I still have some tinkering if I install it (blacklist pcspeaker for example, and get audio cd's to play) But here is my catch. I brought up the screensaver and chose my favorite: Solar winds. It a Gl screensaver, so 3d has to be working good.

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Ubuntu :: Make[1]: Gcc: Command Not Found

May 23, 2010

I cant get my wusb54gc to work I have follow all the instructions from [URL] first tried it on mint and it worked perfect--I installed the latest xubuntu and ran into a problem @:
Step 9

Code:

cd /home/user/Downloads/2009_1110_RT3070_Linux_STA_v2.1.2.0

Code:

make && make install

terminal puts out:

Code:

make[1]: Entering directory '/home/ian/Downloads/2009_1110_RT3070_Linux_STA_v2.1.2.0/tools' gcc -g bin2h.c -o bin2h
make[1]: gcc: Command not found
make[1]: *** [all] Error 127
make [1]: Leaving directory ...same as above
make: *** [build_tools] Error 2

then after that step 10 in Xubuntu there is no such directory as /lib/modules/2.6.31-14-generic/updates there is a 2.6.32-21...

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Server :: Make: -F.: Command Not Found

Jun 22, 2011

i am geting following error when i use make

make: -F.: Command not found
HBHB****
**** The configure script must be executed before running 'make'.
**** Please run "./configure".
****
make: *** [makeopts] Error 1

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May 13, 2009

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Feb 28, 2009

I decided to switch from Ubuntu to Fedora Core 10 KDEdual boot installation worked perfectly... all smooth!untill i got to installing things....i wanted to install ndiswrapper, so i manually downloaded it on my second pc and transferred it trought a USB stick to the Fedora PC. When reading the 'installation manual' it clearly uses the "make" command a lot...problem is; bash error: "bash: make: command not found"So i google this and i get some solutions, all involving online repositories...so basically... i need internet to get the MAKE rpm, and i need the MAKE rpm to get the internet working... :')I tried searching online repositories but i haven't got a clue about what i need to download from there (to get the make command, or the "Development Tools") and how to install it on my fedora pc....i need help :P It would be much appreciated if someone could explain me how i could get these important packages up and running on my system with manual downloading and installing.I haven't got a clue how to do this manually... I've been on it for hours allready and I'm getting a bit fed up with it I can't understand why such an important package isn't standard included in the installation.

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Feb 26, 2010

I am completely new to linux and am trying to run a Fortran program for class. I typed in "make C=R" and it ran through a long list of things and then came up with that error.

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Feb 23, 2010

I am doing some embeded linux work in ARM 9263.So I need to make a image for that board.But when I using one command "make uImage" I am getting the following error.

make: arm-linux-gcc: Command not found
CHK include/linux/version.h
make[1]: `include/asm-arm/mach-types.h' is up to date.
CHK include/linux/utsrelease.h
HOSTCC scripts/basic/fixdep
code....

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Debian :: Hda: Drive Not Ready For Command Using HAL On Lenny

Feb 19, 2010

Recently we started getting these errors in syslog:

Code:
[31944.813993] hda: status timeout: status=0xd0 { Busy }
[31944.813993] ide: failed opcode was: unknown
[31944.813993] hda: drive not ready for command
[31949.822516] hda: status timeout: status=0xd0 { Busy }

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Also the machine was under very high load and almost impossible to connect to.

I've searched, and found mostly answers involving broken hard disks or other hardware issues, but this is unlikely to be the case here: it started happening on several machines at the same time. They are HP DL580G5, and hda is the DVD player. It's not being used. The only thing we've recently changed is that we installed HAL (as a dependency of pcscd), and sure enough, killing HAL freed up the cpu and stopped the stream of errors. Sadly, pcscd requires HAL..

Has anyone seen this? Are there known problems with HAL in Lenny on HP hardware? I know I could do hal-disable-polling /dev/hda but I don't want to simply ignore a potential problem.

EDIT: versions used are HAL 0.5.11-8, pcscd 1.4.102-1 and kernel 2.6.26.2-amd64

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Jan 22, 2010

I have a nearly 10 years old iMac at home and installed Lenny on (somehow, I had to thrash Mac OS 9.2 :-P). Everything was successful until now, but on entering "startkde", the screen fills withkpersonalizer: cannot connect to X serverlines. Upon looking at other threads here I tried mdetect, installing X11... but to no avail

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Oct 10, 2010

I've been trying for a couple of days now to get the Huawei E1750 to work but have had no luck so far. I've installed the packages usb-modeswitch-1.1.4 and usb-modeswitch-data and have edited the usb-modeswitch.conf to include the following:

DefaultVendor= 0x12d1
DefaultProduct= 0Ă—1446
TargetVendor= 0x12d1

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Debian :: Lenny - Apt Failes To Fetch "Packages"

Aug 6, 2010

I'm running Debian Lenny on a machine and every time I try to update apt I get the following error message:

OK   http://security.debian.org lenny/updates Release.gpg
OK   http://ftp.de.debian.org lenny Release.gpg
Ign http://security.debian.org lenny/updates/main Translation-de

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For some reason apt tries to download Packages instead of Packages.bz2 and Packages.gz and I neither know why nor how to fix it.

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Jul 19, 2011

Upon installing Debian, it asked me if it can use a mirror to get updated packages. I said no, yet it ignored my command and fetched packages. Why did Debian disobey me?

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Apr 7, 2009

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Nov 24, 2010

The title says it all...Which package(s) do I need ?

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Sep 16, 2015

My first day on a linux ditibution ever, windows user untill now. I just bought a dedicated server and used the automated tools to install debian.

Now I connected through ssh and I saw that python was already installed doing python --version (v2.7.9)

However running 'pip install beautifulsoup4' return -bash: pip: "command not found"

Is there something similar to windows environment variables that I need to set?

Is this a good resource to learn? : [URL] .... dating from 1999

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Mar 5, 2010

I've just installed Debian on my old iMac G3. The install seemed to go ok but failed to load to the GUI. Thats ok I'll just enter some lines into the xorg.conf and it will be fine, or so I thought. Now at the shell prompt when I type in any sudo command it says: "sudo command not found" Is there an alternate command I can use in this situation.

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Apr 20, 2010

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Mar 3, 2010

I use lenny but when I use the example

time -f "%E real,%U user,%S sys" ls -Fs
-bash: -f: command not found

real    0m0.002s
user    0m0.000s
sys     0m0.000s

Is this a bug or what is wrong use the example from "man time"

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Dec 27, 2008

I did install a brand new debian etch on my server, update and upgrade has been done.I did installed a postfix and couple of tools ( like courier-* ).But when i want to try to sent a mail with mail command, it says command not found.I did use the method on the bottom of this thread succesfully, but any idea for this tool to be back on my server ?Did i uninstall it when installing a package ?

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General :: Java: Command Not Found Debian

Jul 7, 2011

Ok i went to do

Code:
java -version
but it didnt work i installed it and everything i go to

Code:
cd /usr/java
but it doesnt exist
i am running Debian 6 x64

install java i am trying to run a mc server

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Dec 14, 2009

i was trying to use gnome and kde but i don't like them. I tried xfce and it seem to fit my needs but.My computer is used to be powered on for a weeks. While time passes, a process xfdesktop begin to use more and more memory and to free RAM i need to log out and log in again.

I tried squeeze yesterday on my virtual machine and it has 4.6 and seem not to have that bug, RAM usage is static(yes it still works when i write this and have memory usage 34492k, which is not changing for an hours of usage already), also 4.6 is MUCH better than 4.4.

i already tried adding squeeze to "sources.list" but i can see too many dependencies which should be upgraded if i install 4.6, i'm beginning to afraid it can crash entire GUI(or entire system, i can see there is libc6 required to be updated).

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Oct 26, 2015

I have been following the Xen Beginners Guide here: [URL] .....

Everything was going smoothly until I got to the 'Configuring xen-tools and building our guest' section (two thirds down the page).

I installed xen-tools and then typed the following in a terminal window (as root):

xen-create-image --hostname=development-pv-guest --memory=2048mb --vcpus=2 --lvm=develop --dhcp --pygrub --dist=jessie

I admit PV is new to me, compared to simple HVM, so I have a number of questions:

1. Why the command not found error?

2. Should I be booting from the Xen option or regular boot option at the start up screen when creating the xen image? I've tried both and get the same error message.

3. I have Debian 8 (Jessie) installed on my system and I wasn't sure whether I should therefore make this the guest OS in my Xen PV. In asking this question I'm thinking in terms of HVMs - but I assume my Xen PV needs a guest OS of some kind? Or is my host Debian 8 already acting as a guest OS in Xen PV? I'm confused

4. If I do need to install a guest OS, is it better to go for an earlier version of debian - so as not to be so resource hungry?

I'm nervous about screwing up my host debian installation, so when I got the error message, did some research but found nothing meaningful. I don't want to end up having to reinstall my Debian 8 (base OS) ... again!

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Debian :: New Stable Update - Command Aptitude Not Found

Feb 7, 2011

Well it didn't go smoothly for me. After downloading over 1,6Gb (!) of that new Debian version and restarting I was 'greeted' by a dreaded CLI instead of gnome. To make matters worse I got "command aptitude not found".
'apt-get' still worked.
Anyway, if you're gonna update check dependencies first. It seems I lost gnome due to gstreamer0.10-gnomevfs. So first uninstall that package if you got it.

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