OpenSUSE Install :: Make Command Not Found Can't Figure Out How To Install It
Apr 20, 2010
*edit Nevermind I think I found it on YAST * I have been having trouble finding the "make command":If 'make' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this: cnf makeI need to install 'make', 'g++', and all other building tools for suse.
I am running SUSE 10.2 under z/VM 540 and have java working fine. I also have IBM EKM software running fine(if I execuute the script manually).I am trying to start this software automatically following the boot process. I have tried creating a member /etc/init.d/after.local but it does not seem to know where java is./etc/init.d/after.local: line 2: java: command not found"" After I login to any user I can get java -version to work, so my classpath is good.
LINUXEKM:/ # java -version java version "1.5.0" Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build pxz64dev-20091106a (SR11 ))
While attempting to uninstall Perl (through Yast) from my SUSE installation, it ended up deleted everything important in OS compilers are gone, SVN gone. Its a dedicated server and lots of other applications were running on it. now it says "-bash: yast: command not found".
trying to set up my wireless drivers on my laptop. But i cant install them without the "make" command, it says its not found. I have internet on my other computer, but no way to link them. Is there a rpm that i can download and install that will fix it?
I ssh to a remote server which is running in SUSE. And I want to install apache2.0 there. Then I used yast2 to install it. But after installing it, I go to the terminal and type" apache -version" to check if apache is installed there. And it said "-bash: apache: command not found". I don't if I haven't successfully installed it, or I have installed it but just haven't put it into PATH yet. So, my problem is that can anyone tell how to check if I have installed it? If I have installed it, then what is the path of the directory it locates? And if I haven't probably installed it, then can you tell me the how I can installed it? And I am asked to install apache mod_wsgi as well.
I am very frustrated with OpenSUSE. This got rid of yum and instead have YaST which is a pain for me. I CANT INSTALL compat-expat1*.rpm either way....it shows dependencies that CAN'T figure outI'm using open SUSE 11 so no yum and just YaST (which I don't understand how to install this from there, can you give me more detailed explanation). The following message appears:Package /home/Downloads/compat-expat1-1.95.8-6.i686.rpm could not be installed.Details:
I just installed the LAMP server on my system then rebooted, expecting the daemons HTTPD, MYSQLD, FTPD, etc. to start. When they didn't, I didn't panic I just attempted to run "sudo service start httpd". Surprise, suprise - "command not found". how do I start these daemons?
I would like to test 12.1 M5 on my real hardware, so I have special for this purpose two additional partitions (sda2 (to install milestone) and sda3 (to store installation ISO files)). I am running my stable 11.4 with Grub on sda1.
I do not like to burn DVDs just for short test of one milestone, so I was used to download DVD ISO, to unpack it to sda3 partition with all its files, then I changed Grub to boot install Linux from sda3. Installation complains there is no DVD or CD, then I chose to force installation from hard disk and select sda3 partition and select root directory "/". As I was used to from 11.4 this will start installation as it would be started from DVD.
But I think the problem has appeared since 12.1, where I get message: No repository found. (on sda3 / ), so the installation does not start.
I know this is not official way to install openSuse, but it worked before, and it was fast and easy for me, to install from hard disk.
I've been using Suse on my 7 year old computer for years but now have a shiny new Dell Inspiron 570 MT with AMD Athlon? II X4 630.I thought that I should try the 64 bit version of Suse 11.2 on the new machine and it now dual boots, but I have an ethernet problem.Yast tells me:NetLink BCM57788 Gigabit Ethernet PCIe (Not connected)BusID : 0000:02:00.0Unable to configure the network card because the kernel device (eth0, wlan0) is not present. This is mostly caused by missing firmware (for wlan devices). See dmesg output for details.I searched for 'eth' in dmesg output without success but found 'net' in this section:
I'm trying to migrate from Ubuntu but I'm stuck at partitioning part of the installation... The problem is that the partitions are not recognized (I have NTFS + EXT3). I see only /dev/sda and it says it's unpartitioned When installing Ubuntu I had similar problem and I was solving it by removing dmraid.
I type in vlc in the command prompt and get the following back:
The program 'vlc' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: sudo apt-get install vlc-nox You will have to enable the component called 'universe' vlc: command not found
I type in "sudo apt-get install vlc-nox" and get the following:
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Couldn't find package vlc-nox
Maybe I'm getting the "Couldn't find package vlc-nox" because I've not enabled the 'universe' component. How do I do that via the command line? VLC's website discusses an alternative way to install VLC:
I initially installed OpenSuse on my Laptops internal drive (clean formatted) and everything worked fine. Later I took out laptop's hard drive and put it into a USB enclosure to use as an external drive.
I'm using a new Distro and after installing it and randomly searching for help on websites on how to install a .Deb file using dpkg at the konsole/terminal it says Bash : dpkg: Command not found . how is this possible ? Do I have to know about all the packages in the package manager to install this. slight difference for me ... knowing what I have and knowing if I need Apr93-323? (whatever) installed first or not ? The only thing I know is that I have the Iso image installed ... which is my linux distro . Where to go from here? because I usually go to a website site to find Software to install ...if I need it .back to the basics
I'm trying to follow this tutorial to install Fontforge on Ubuntu 11.04. (I did download it from the Ubuntu Software Center but it had some problems) I'm following the section on installing it from source code on GNU/Linux. Everything has been fine up to this point:
"Now configure, compile and install FontForge: cd ~/src/fontforge/; ./configure --enable-pyextension --enable-type3 --enable-pasteafter
I recently switched back to ubuntu after a year of gaming on w7, however I think that this time I'm going to stick to ubuntu, if she doesnt screw me like she has the previous times. Anyways, I was just wondering what media players you guys favor, and why? (maybe there doesn't have to be a reason xD), and I tried to install beep media player with: sudo aptitude install beep-media-player And the return is: sudo: aptitude: command not found
I can't remove through terminal, and I can't remove it manually. I tried just removing everything through winetricks, then removing everything through synaptic, but whenever I install from software center, I'm back to wine 1.3.19.
I have a Chrome OS .iso that I can booting from CD but only in text mode [the computer has issues] and I want to live install it to the hard drive, but all I have is the linux prompt. Is there a command to do that? I tried install, but I still don't know what to do.[I'm fine with a complete install overwriting everything]
I've been trying to install Gimmie. So I've gone through a few tutorials and something always seems to go wrong. Right now I run the "make install" command it give me a bunch of error messages. If there is any other bits of information you need to know just ask.