Ubuntu :: Error: Could Not Find Expat.h, Check Config.log For Failed Attempts So I Downloaded Te Expat Library Sources I Cross Compiled
Feb 13, 2010
I am getting some error when i compile cross compile "dbus-1.2.20". error Code: checking for XML_ParserCreate_MM in -lexpat... no configure: error: Could not find expat.h, check config.log for failed attempts so i downloaded te expat library sources i cross compiled. But again i am getting same error. I think i have to add "-lexpat" in LDFLAG. But i dont know how to do that.
I Recently set up a dedicated server using CentOS as a new Linux wing of my Web services hosting business. To provision online varios Tucows services (names, blogs etc.) I need to use the Perl API provided by Tucows/OpenSRS. The API requires various extra perl modules including XML::Parser - without which the API will not function.
I was able to add with PPM to my Windows servers no problem but it will not install in CentOS.
As best I can tell the cause may be missing headers and libs for the c compile of Expat - required to build XML::Parser so after days of hunting I found your repository holds package expat-devel which claims to hold libs and headers for Expat similar to libexpat1-dev on other dists. I used YUM with success but although 3 libs were installed no headers were installed.
Is there a reason these headers are not included? I have downloaded them manually but am afraid of breaking something. Is there a reason I should not attempt to install with these headers? Is CentOS capable of using the Parser modules?
I googled this, to no avail. I've restarted cups, to no avail.This is a Networked Printer, but i have little doubt that can be ruled out as an issue.If i want to print an Image or Plain Text file, i get this error; if i print with OpenOffice, i do NOT get this error and it prints fine.I have also gotten a similar error, like "permission denied" or something, but i cannot recall exactly what it said, and cannot seem to recreate it at the moment.I have been getting this for quite some time now (months), but never found out why. Any ideas?
I installed Ubuntu in Virtualbox in a Windows XP platform, primarily to be able to cross compile ffmpeg and use it in Windows.It's not been obvious, but I have a preliminary build in my Ubuntu system, that provides the following information, from the Ubuntu terminal:
FFmpeg version 0.6.2-4:0.6.21ubuntu1, Copyright (c)2000-2010 the Libav developers built on Mar 22 2011 15:55:04 with gcc 4.5.2 configuration:
I am having issues with 3d I am trying to start up a game called auteria but it displays this error "Could not find a compatible opengl display resolution. Please check your driver configuration. (Error: Couldn't find a matching GLX visual)" I am on ubuntu 10.10 could anybody give me a solution on how to fix this issue?
I have been using openSUSE 11.0 for some time now and love the feel of KDE3. Especially KPager, which shows me at a glance what is open on each desktop. This is really important when I am doing cad design with my Win-XP CAD, running in vmware in one desktop, interacting with my linux CAD in another desktop, gathering data from the www with Firefox in another dektop, while my emails and Skype are on the 5th desktop. So, on a 'spare' pc I decided to try openSUSE 11.2, KDE4 version.
To keep it short, I am extremely uncomfortable with KDE4. It may be fine for wizzie, pretty applications but I find it extremely cumbersome - dare I say it - like Windows 7 and worse still, there is no KPager functionality. Can the KDE3 KPager be downloaded from source and be compiled in KDE4? If not, how long will KDE3 be around before it is superseded by KDE4?
I was unable to compile a program that used libicu42 on Ubuntu 11.04, because Ubuntu 11.04 has only libicu44 and does not have libicu42 installed. So during compile time I used g++ prog.c -L mylib/ to compile the program. mylib had libicu42 (This library is a shared library and has the .so extension). The program compiled successfully, but when I tried to run it, it failed and complained that it did not find libicu42. So I had to manually install libicu42 in /usr/lib. Then the program worked.'ldd prog' revealed that it looked for libicu42 in /usr/libWhat was the point of specifying the library path using -L, if the compiled program looked for the library in /usr/lib? It's almost like it was just to satisfy the compiler.
I can not for the work get Virtual Box's Additions to install in my FC12 guest. The error log (/var/log/vboxadd-install.log) shows: Makefile:23: *** Error: unable to find the sources of your current Linux kernel. Specify KERN_DIR=<directory> and run Make again.. Stop.
I have tried: # KERN_DIR=/usr/src/kernels # KERN_DIR=/usr/src/kernels/126.96.36.199-174.2.22.fc12.i686 # KERN_DIR=/usr/src/kernels/188.8.131.52-174.2.22.fc12.i686/kernel
I am trying to install gcc4.1.1 upon my opensuse machine which already has gcc 4.5 installed but I want an earlier version.
1) I downloaded gcc-4.1.1.tar.bz2 2) Extracted the contents 3) When I tried to run the command "./configure" on terminal its giving error "configure: error: can not find sources in . or ..". However I can see the configure file in the directory. Below are the files present in directory.
Is there any equivalent of WaitFOrMultipleObjects on Linux?
I was finding a cross Platform library that allow you to run another program from your C++ application. I found POCO but it does not support functionality like WaitFOrMultipleObjects for both (linux and windows). I tried boost Process but its not official till now.
I am trying to run i386 in gcc_test-suite using dejagnu runtest and it fails with error given below. I can see that gcc-dg.exp is in folder gcc-4.6-20100911/gcc/testsuite/lib, but runtest is not searching in this folder.
how to resolve this issue and run only i386 tests.
$ cd /gcc-4.6-20100911/gcc/testsuite/gcc.target $ runtest -a -tool i386 -verbose .... .... Looking for library file /usr/local/share/dejagnu/lib/gcc-dg.exp
I'm trying to boot Ubuntu from a LiveCD in a computer I recently bought that currently has Windows XP on it. The Ubuntu menu comes up when I boot but it always snags on an error "failed to restore CRTC configuration -22" or something like that, and just goes on ad infinitum.
I tried running Linux Mint too and had the same problem, which makes me think it's an issue with the computer itself - which is an Averatec, if that helps.
I have a Hp Netbook, and my friend installed Ubuntu to my computer. Everything was going fine, until one day my battery died while I was searching the web. I turned it back on and It started checking files and then it took me to a black screen with white letters saying "File System check failed".
I'm installing and configuring my first server using RackSpace CloudServers running Ubuntu Karmic Koala (9.10) and I'm now installing iRedMail. The installation runs successfully until I recieve this error:
Code: The following packages have unmet dependencies: mysql-server-5.0: Depends: mysql-server-core-5.0 (>= 5.1.30really5.0.83-0ubuntu3) but it is not going to be installed
E: Broken packages < ERROR > Installation failed, please check the terminal output. I understand this is telling me there is some software that iRedMail (or something iRedMail is dependant upon) that needs installed. Is this correct? And if so, what is i needing installed and how do I do that (aptitude install example-package?)?
I have tried and tried to get Ubuntu up and running again after a fatal crash. Unknown reason. I have burned several copies of Karmic and Jaunty, but the only one that will come up is an old copy of Jaunty Live CD. Chksum have matched on the disks and the disk integrity (the last time came up with 1 error, but it did not say where. I have used SystemRescue64, Rescue-remix for Karmic, MHDD, Ultimate boot disk, and have reformated and partitioned my 640GB drive. One partition is formated to EXT3 and the other is unallocated. Both testdisk and memtest show positive. No disk will complete a permanent install. At least one error shuts it down even after fixing broken packages and sometimes there are 3or 4 errors msgs. Last night the error was something in Open Office, I don't recall more than that. Here are the errors I picked out of todays logfiles. They are prety much in order as posted in the various logs:
Why is it that the darn printer keeps breaking on this thing (Ubuntu) ??? It's either every damn update that keeps messing this up. One computer is bad enough, I can't imagine having to take care of even five with this thing always screwing something up. What the hell is going on??? Yeah I'm tired of this thing always messing up the printer. Please fix this thing, separate the browsers if you have to, do whatever it takes, but please STOP messing up the printers...and I don't even print that often.Oh yeah, when you first start the OS up, the drive seems to go on for a while longer now. I only put the regular updates and don't tweak anything.
I am looking for a way to automatically block an ip address and add it to /etc/hosts.deny when they have 3 consecutive password failures or try connecting to a name that doesn't exist more than like twice to help limit the brute force attacks I am experiencing.Is there an easy way to do this already implemented in Ubuntu?
The new 184.108.40.206 kernel fails to boot on my Lenovo laptop. I had previously compiled a 2.6.35 kernel with a couple of different .config files and never had it boot properly. The failure occurs very quickly and I am including the final screenshot in case that helps.
I just installed Ubuntu 11.04 but "whenever i try to download or install any software from 'Ubuntu software Center'it gives error: "Failed to download Package Files Check your internet Connection" Internet is working fine!I've also tried the command: "sudo apt-get update"
I am trying to install syslog-ng-3.0.2 on Fedora 12 and have run into an issue I don't know how to solve. When runing the "configure --enable-ssl" I get the following "checking for pkg-config... (cached) /usr/bin/pkg-config checking pkg-config is at least version 0.14 checking for GLIB - version >= 2.0... 2.0, bad version string no configure: error: Cannot find GLIB version >= 2.0: is pkg-config in path?" I have glib-2.24.0 installed on this system so I don't understand where this issue is coming from or how to fix it.
Back ground on my system - [root@syslog-ng]# set PKG_CONFIG=/usr/lib/pkgconfig [root@syslog-ng]# export PKG_CONFIG
I installed Lucid (clean install after several attempts at upgrading from Karmic failed), and I have an Intel 8xx video card. I was able to get Lucid installed by adding "xforcevesa" into the command line at startup. Now I would like to try changing my computer away from Vesa and seeing if I can try to get the i915 driver working.
That being said, I cannot figure out where to go to change my kernel boot configurations. Every tutorial I've found refers me to /boot/grub/menu.lst which I cannot find. Ever since I moved from Karmic to Lucid, I've regretted it as it seems like all the How-To documentation is no longer valid, everything has been changed and moved around.
I don't know why it is dumping me onto Vesa, or why my stupid driver was blacklisted; everything was working fine under Hardy, Jaunty, and Karmic. Why problems now? Does anyone know how I can get into my boot setings and replace "xforcevesa" with something that will make the intel driver work?
I am trying to get OpenLDAP to authenticate user logins, but running around in circles. Are there any logs produced by either client and/or server that would indicate possible reasons why it was unable to login as a user?Below is an explanation, any ideas would be appreciated, as I think everything is setup as per the various articles on using LDAP.
I have a CentOS 5.5 OpenLDAP server, and several others, some host services, some are file shares (samba).So far I have been able to successfully configure OpenLDAP to carry out all the ldap* commands from both the local server and from any of the remote servers, either via non-ssl or ssl connections. However, as soon as I try connecting any services up to it, it doesn't play ball.Back to basics, having cleared off all previous attempts at this from all machines, I have gone through the following:
Installed OpenLDAP server/client on host (plus nss_ldap). Configured /etc/openldap/slapd.conf (see below) Configured /etc/openldap/ldap.conf (see below)
I am getting virtual-box repository download error as given below:
Code: Failed to fetch http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian/dists/maverick/Release Unable to find expected entry non-free/source/Sources in Meta-index file (malformed Release file?) Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead. Repository: deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian marverick non-free
I need to install Mercurial, and i want to do it through the shell. Yesterday i tried it, but i got the 1.1.5 version (something like that),but i need the newest version.How can i check the version of the package being downloaded (or about to be) and/or get the newest version?