Slackware :: Attach The Terminal Output Of The Compile?

Apr 11, 2010

running current with kernel i cant seem to get the slib slackbuild to run. it just quits without ever building the tgz. i hope i can attach the terminal output of the compile.

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Slackware :: 13.1 - Firefox 3.6.6 Not Opening - No Terminal Info Output

Jun 28, 2010

Firefox does not open under any circumstances, it's allocated in the memory and has it's process ids, but the browser is not opened at all. There's not terminal output when ran in terminal, no dmesg, debug..., nothing.

The only info I could give:

Terminal try:



So, I really don't know what's happening, if someone have some light to shed, I'd be glad.

Slackware 13.1 32-bit x86, package is mozilla-firefox-3.6.6-i686-1.

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Slackware :: Cant Seem To Select A File On A Server On LAN To Attach To A Mail?

Jun 10, 2011

I cant seem to select a file on a server on my LAN to attach to a mail

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General :: How To Redirect A Terminal/tty Output To Other Terminal/tty

Dec 14, 2010

I tried to find a good subject but it was the best of mine, anyway I'll explain it here.
some time I do some thing like installing a new application in Linux terminal of my office PC but it take a long time and I have to go home during its installation or configuration process that it is not good to cancel it.My current solution is abandoning the process until next day. I wanted to know is there any way to redirect an input and out put of a terminal to another one, if it works I can continue my abandoned process by ssh to my Linux office PC and redirect that terminal to my new remote sshed terminal from my home.

Thank a lot for any help.

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Slackware :: Compile 2.6.37 Kernel Patched With The Autogroup Patch On A Slackware 13.1 System?

Jan 13, 2011

it's possible to compile the 2.6.37 kernel patched with the autogroup patch on a Slackware 13.1 system running with headers? I just compiled and installed the 2.6.37-autogroup kernel from AUR on my ARCH setup and I like it especially when using firefox with lots of tabs open and other background apps also running. I did notice a speed and smothness difference in my ARCH testing setup with this kernel patch and I can get same results in 13.1??

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Ubuntu :: Starts Conky But Also Shows "output To That Terminal So You Can't Do Any Other Commands To That Terminal"

Jan 24, 2010

if you do the command conky in terminal, it starts conky ofcourse, but it also shows output to that terminal so you can't do any other commands to that terminal, Is their an option like you can do with the '&' sign in other cases? If you do the '&' sign with conky it still gives output, also the conky -d command gives output...

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Programming :: Cannot Compile C++ Code In Terminal

Feb 13, 2011

I am unable to compile C++ program in terminal. Whenever I try to add "#include<iostream.h>" it shows an error and thats why I can not use "cout" and "cin" functions. I installed g++ for this but the problem persists.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Makfile Which Can Compile A Tree For Source File And Create Output In Separate Directory

Jul 29, 2010

I am new to linux platform and my requirment is to write a makfile which can compile a tree for source file and create the output in separate directory .

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General :: Compile C++ Program Using Open Terminal?

May 13, 2010

I had wrote a program in the vi editor using the command vi [] in open terminal and now i need to compile n run it

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General :: Terminal Emulator - Output ?

Jan 10, 2011

What is the output of "date -u +%jXfce|sha256sum|sed 's/W//g'" if you run it in a terminal emulator?

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Slackware :: Cannot Compile Gksu In 13.37

May 5, 2011

I'm using sbopkg-0.35.0 in Slack 13.37, and Ponce's SBo-git current repository (but have the identical problem with the official SBo 1337 repository). I have installed GConf & ORBit2 from /extra & have installed the other dependencies (gnome-keyring, & libgtop) via Ponce's repository. When compiling libgksu, it errors as follows:


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Slackware :: Cannot Compile Libvirt On 64 13.1

Aug 26, 2010

I am in trouble compiling libvirt (latest version 0.8.3) to use with KVM in Slackware64-13.1.

Here's the output of make:


Config.log is attached.

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Slackware :: Catalyst 10.3 Won't Compile

Mar 26, 2010

I've downloaded and tried to install the newest ATI driver, but I get this error when I try to build packages:

./packages/Slackware/ line 56: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `]'
./packages/Slackware/ line 406: syntax error: unexpected end of file

I extracted the package and am pretty sure I found the source of the error (a missing ]) but I'm unsure of how to repackage the installer after correcting it. I did a google search and at least one other person has had this error: [URL]...

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Slackware :: Compile OOo Failed ?

Jun 18, 2010

Installed Slack-13.1 x86_64. Downloaded OOo_3.2.1_Linux_x86-64_install-rpm-wJRE_en-US.tar.gz and SlackBuild.

Started with:


And ended with:


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Slackware :: Can't Compile In The Current And Its Getting A Little Old?

May 22, 2010

I'm looking for a good IDE for C/C++, that runs well in slackware. I used CodeBlocks, but I can't compile in the current, and its getting a little old. I see a lot of threads talking about anjunta and kdedeveloper, but I don't like these.

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Slackware :: How To Compile Tar.gz Source

Oct 25, 2010

How do you compile a tar.gz source on slackware?I am asking because I am about to download and install Slackware(x64), and I have some drivers that it may not have (Ubuntu didn't have them) and TrueCrypt source.

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OpenSUSE :: Get The RAM Memory On System In Terminal When Have 3 GB With An Output?

Sep 12, 2011

How can i get the RAM Memory on system in terminal when i have 3 GB with an output like this:



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Ubuntu :: Capturing ALL Output From Terminal To File?

Apr 17, 2010

I would like to capture all output spewed to a terminal session including processes that are terminated that were invoked from a script running in a terminal window. this is beyond capturing just stderr and stdout . for example

} 2> stderr.cap 1>stdout.cap

if script is terminated (including because of memory violations) I get spewed output to the terminal I would like to capture that spewing to a file automatically or to a bit bucket /dev/null Is there another filehandle which can be redirected to do this? If so how or is there another way???

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Ubuntu :: Get Mouse Position In Terminal Output?

Jun 19, 2010

I want to know how to get the current coordinates of the mouse outputted to terminal, for use in a bash script.

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Ubuntu :: Capture Output From Synaptic Terminal?

Dec 9, 2010

In synaptic package manager when I expand "Details" tab (at the time when some software is installed or removed), I can see a terminal. I want to capture the output of terminal into a file. I tried to highlight and right click. But there is no context menu(copy, cut)

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Ubuntu :: Slow Down Text Output In Terminal?

Feb 15, 2011

I'd like to write a script that invokes a gnome-terminal session which slowly reads out text like the phosphor screensaver (could be anything, a log file, ascii art, song lyrics, whatev) and then closes. I can invoke a terminal using [gnome-terminal -e 'cat /var/log/dmesg'] but the output flies pass by too quickly.any way to slow it down? I know it seems like an odd request but if anyone has a suggestion I'd love to hear it.

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Ubuntu :: Save All Terminal Output To A .txt File?

Mar 15, 2011

I sometimes stick my neck out and provide somewhat detailed, and often risky, "Mr-fix-it" remedies for boot problems. Now, I know it's possible to amend each command with "whatever_command > whatever.txt" in which case it'll place the command output in a file in /home.

But if you're directing someone to run a lot of commands as I did here is it possible to save the output of all commands to a .txt file without amending each command?

Or is it already saved somewhere that I'm not yet aware of? I wouldn't be surprised if the latter were true, I just haven't yet found it

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General :: Short Cut To Copy From Terminal Output?

Dec 10, 2010

if we type a command such as "locate somefilename" in the terminal we will get all the paths to the file name as output. If i want to copy only one line from that output how do i do that without using mouse?i need terminal short cut to copy one line

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Software :: Echo Or Search Through Terminal Output?

Jun 16, 2011

if i will sound stupid but i can't find a command that would echo output of some command. Let's say that i want to echo the third line of ls -a. I know of the tail command but this command starts from behind.

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Programming :: Not Getting Right Output To Correct Terminal Window

Jun 17, 2010

I have a server client prog in which server is my 'agent' and client is 'manager'. Following is the code for both agent and manager. I want my agent to send what manager is requesting. But it is not working the way I want. The parameters which manager is requesting, agent has to send to manager but in this program result for those parameters is shown on agent's own terminal window. Where as I want them on manager's window. Secondly, there result is not correct, means it is giving ' 0 K ram and 0 no of process....

//code for MANAGER
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <netinet/in.h>
#include <arpa/inet.h>
#include <netdb.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h> .....

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Red Hat :: Directing Cron Output To Terminal Screen?

Sep 7, 2010

I am trying to display a text using crontab. My settings :

*/2 * * * * /bin/echo "hello"

This setting sends a mail to the user, instead of displaying on the screen. Now tried changing the setting to:

*/2 * * * * /bin/echo "hello" > /dev/tty1

Now I can see the text on the screen, but this setting comes with a catch. What would happen if the user changes the terminal. for instance if he gets into tty2, he wont have write access on tty1. So the user gets a mail saying "permission denied". Is there any way that I can force the user to use a particular terminal or can a cron job be set in a way such that the user would get the text irrespective of the terminal he logs in.

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Slackware :: Does Gstp-python Compile On 64 13.1 ?

Jun 20, 2010

Is this package supposed to compile on slakware64 13.1 ( I have also multilib) ?

I m trying to but I m encountering this problem:


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Slackware :: Compile Gyachi On 13.1 But Failed?

Oct 13, 2010

I tried to compile Gyachi on Slackware 13.1, but I failed.

The main problem is the lib gtkhtml. The current build file is expecting the version 2, but I found only the package for version 3.

An updated slackbuild for Gyachi on Slackware 13.1 could be the perfect solution (I guess).

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Slackware :: How To Compile / Upgrade Kernel

Apr 17, 2011

People, there is a tutorial to upgrade the kernel tutorial included =D) to Slackware 13.1??And, this upgrade generate a better performance on system??

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Slackware :: 13.0 - How To Compile Libdnet Library

Jan 3, 2010

My system is slackware64 13 and I am having problems during compilation of libdnet library. How to compile this program? I compile like this:
configure --with-python && make
I know this is not slackware related but I want to give it a try...

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