General :: How To Compile A Linphone 3.3.2 Source Code
Mar 13, 2011
I've created a GUI for my voip software wherein i'm using the source code of linphone 3.3.2 for video and all protcol stuffs . It is like i've got my own gtk GUI instead of the linphone's glade . Hope you get the picture of what i'm doing . I would like to know how to compile the source code since because i do not know about make files and stuffs . Kindly help me solve this .
I recently want to study the source code of linphone, and I should install it on my debian lenny linux first. I can install it by apt-get install linphone without any trouble. but like i said above, and I should install in by source code.well, the configure did not goes wrong, but after I typed "make", errors come to me, I know this is the error about the lib's. but i do not know which one did I miss,any one could tell me what the libs are they when I use the source code compile ????
I've taken the source code for Zlib1.2.3, built and installed in a 64 Bit linux machine. Then when i downloaded Python 2.5.4 source and tried to build(make), i got the following error
gcc -pthread -shared build/temp.linux-x86_64-2.5/opt/cinecert/Python-2.5.4/Modules/zlibmodule.o -L/usr/local/lib -lz -o build/lib.linux-x86_64-2.5/zlib.so /usr/bin/ld: /usr/local/lib/libz.a(adler32.o): relocation R_X86_64_32 against `a local symbol' can not be used when making a shared object; recompile with -fPIC /usr/local/lib/libz.a: could not read symbols: Bad value collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
Recently I was trying to use Gentoo, and I was really impressed of how it is faster than Ubuntu in running applications, specially when I build wine and was able to run Oblivion at a reasonable speed. I would like to know if there is a way to compile Ubuntu from source code, to optimize it to my hardware.
I am trying to install a DR rootkit into ubuntu for an assignment, im using vm ware but can only get as far as extracting the rootkit and not being able to compile the source code.. when i use the ./configure command it says there is no such file or directory and when i use the make command it keeps getting errors.
Where do I find the linux-source package and the linux-headers package? Are they on the CD that I can copy to /usr/src (is that the right place...)? Or do I need to download them from the old-releases.ubuntu.com site?
The issue now is that the nVidia installer from their website wants the source code to build the right packages for this machine, however, I do not have the src directory with the source code that it is looking for. Is there some way to give this too it now?
I do a lot of programming and I have to compile the code quite often. It's not convenient to move to the directory that contains the source code every time I want to compile it. So is there a way to compile a code from the my current directory (say /home example) without moving to the directory that contains the source. I remember being able to do this but forgotten how.
EDIT: I'm using makefiles to compile. Lets say I'm in the home directory and when I type
I have a linux source (linux-2.4.1) which is for intel. I am using powerpc compiler and I need to compile this linux source for powerpc. I did cross compilation, but it dint workout well. How to do it.
[root@nisserver tmp]# rpmbuild --rebuild nmap-5.21-1.src.rpm Installing nmap-5.21-1.src.rpm warning: user fyodor does not exist - using root warning: group fyodor does not exist - using root warning: user fyodor does not exist - using root warning: group fyodor does not exist - using root Executing(%prep): /bin/sh -e /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.49535 .....
RPM build errors: user fyodor does not exist - using root group fyodor does not exist - using root user fyodor does not exist - using root group fyodor does not exist - using root Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.73783 (%build)
What next step need to be taken to install the rpm file from the source file.
i am already a little bit familiar with linux and now i want to know better the linux OS. i have downloaded the source code of the krnel from the kernel.org and i dont understand the linux source trees organization, so can somebody do me a favor and give me a link to some internet page (or at least a book) that explains that?? i have searched in the internet with the tag:::linux source trees organization and i have not found nothing interesting
I hope I'm in the right section, if I'm not, please forgive me, I just installed Debian 5.0, and I want to install firefox, and then install graphics drivers, etc, I downloaded firefox, but I don't know how to compile programs from source, I googled how to compile firefox but the results are very vague and some are very outdated. I downloaded FF from their site, the file name is firefox-3.5.5.tar.bz2, how do I compile this?
I am trying to install the tightVNC on my imac.It expects X install; I see that X11 in my utility. I think it is ok, but the instruction states to install it on /usr/bin/. Which is correct?Then I need to have ~JPEG and ~zlib to place in /usr/bin/ or inside of certain folders to use.To make sure it is ok; I put both of them in both of the indicated places. I assume it is going to work.Now, I am suppose to build and install. I am not sure how to do it with the command "xmkmf" and not sure where to run this command.I am doing all of this in terminal.
I had written a source code of C++ and complied it with the same name using the following command line.For example: c++ source-code.cpp -o source-code.cpp.Now my source code has been replaced by the executable program.Is there any way to retrieve my source-code.
I'm running spamassassin and want to install the fuzzyocr module for it. One of the dependencies of fuzzyocr is 'giflib' but according to the fuzzyocr page, it needs to be patched before I install it, with a patch which they supply on the fuzzyocr download page. I've tried to install the patch and get the following error.
i want to see the source code of different commands .how they are working ??for ex why ls is listing all the files and directory .what code is written for ls so that it is listing like this.where the source code is kept by the os
I have downloaded lzo-2.00 package and have installed it linux kernel 2.6 version. Now I want to include the lzo library in the source code of linux.According to the instructions given in the package, I have copied the files (minilzo.c,minilzo.h,lzoconf.h,lzodefs.h)in the source directory(/mm),added minilzo.o to my Makefile and have included(#include minilzo.h) from my program. But when I compile the kernel,I am getting errors.
->limits.h:No such file or directory ->assert.h:No such file or directory