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Kernel Compile crashing on Hyper-V due to memory issues

This is on a Hyper-V machine. I've set the min RAM to 512 and the max to 2048. The host machine has more then enough RAM. Does Linux have an issue with Dynamic RAM on Hyper-V? I can't seem to ...
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Kernel Compiling from Vanilla to several machines

When compiling kernels for machines is there a safe or correct way to create a template for say servers? I work with a lot of RHEL servers and want to compile them with GRSEC. However, I do not wish ...
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postgresql: invalid authentication method “pam”: not supported by this build

When I try to start postgresql 9.3.1 I receive this in startup log: # cat /var/lib/pgsql/pgstartup.log LOG: could not create IPv6 socket: Address family not supported by protocol LOG: invalid ...
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1answer
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What is creating the generated/autoconf.h?

We're trying to build a piece of software that demands the kernel source, not just the headers. So we downloaded the kernel source via the centos src rpm. However the autoconf.h is missing. We tried ...
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1answer
50 views

Differences between UNIX and Linux Drivers [closed]

I've been trying to find an answer to this, been on a wild goose chase. Since UNIX and Linux have different system architectures. My question is on the differences between the drivers for the SPARC ...
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1answer
352 views

What kernel module to compile for getting QOS service on Linux

We are developing on Linux system whose kernel had been compiled without QOS service years ago. Currently we want the QOS service back and plan to compile only the QOS-related kernel modules and ...
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1answer
90 views

Open the Linux QOS Service dynamically

We are developing a C++ application on Fedora (of kernel 2.6.9). This application will use the Linux TC utility to limit the bandwidth of specific applications by scanning their ports and setting ...
0
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1answer
2k views

Unable to execute gcc: No such file or directory

I am running Ubuntu LTS and I'm getting errors when trying to do some of my pip install stuff, like scrapy for example. This is the error I get: Unable to execute gcc: No such file or directory ...
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1answer
127 views

Compile PHP without PostgreSQL [closed]

I need to compile php-5.2.17 as a cgi wrapper. PostgreSQL is not installed on this machine. I'm looking for the configure command, to disable support for PostgreSQL. --without-postgre
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2answers
161 views

difference between compiled and installed via rpm (zypper)

In an openSUSE 11.1 I download, compile and install ImageMagick via: wget ftp://.../pub/graphics/ImageMagick/ImageMagick-6.7.7-0.zip unzip ImageMagick-6.7.7-0.zip cd ImageMagick-6.7.7-0 ./configure ...
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2answers
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Installing ICU 49 on CentOS

I'm trying to install ICU 49 on CentOS release 5.8 (Final). The only way I know how to do it is compiling by source. I do the following: ./runConfigureICU Linux gmake And get the following error ...
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Do you keep track of the programs you compile under unix or linux

Do you keep track of the programs you compile and install? If yes, what do you keep, the configure output, the install output? Is there some "best practice" regarding this matter?
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1answer
234 views

CMake Error - trying to install chromaprint

I am trying to install chromaprint and I am getting from CMake Error. I can't figure out how to fix it. Error: root@matrix [~/chromaprint-0.6]# cmake -DWITH_FFTW3=ON . -- Using FFTW3 for FFT ...
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1answer
220 views

Compiling to a binary from source

I'm using WKHTMLTOPDF on a 64-bit Linux server and I'm running into problems with the version. Seen here: http://code.google.com/p/wkhtmltopdf/downloads/list There's slim pickins when it comes to ...
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1answer
89 views

Should programs be compiled with a prefix?

When compiling programs, should they be given their own --prefix (eg /usr/local/php5/) to keep all the files for that program separate, or just installed in the default location (eg /usr/local/) It ...
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1answer
116 views

Compiling Linux kernel “correctly”

Recently I have come across a security module for the Linux kernel called Linux-VServer which allows you to virtualize many things and "partition" the OS to reduce the effects of a compromise. I was ...
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3answers
312 views

Best practice to track custom software installations on Linux in /usr?

I'm compiling and installing software myself on Linux (Debian Squeeze in my case). Downloading, unpacking, installing dependent developer libraries/headers, running configure then make. Up to this ...
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2answers
152 views

How to time how long it takes to compile Red Hat from source? [closed]

I want to time how long it takes to compile the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. I have downloaded the SRPMs from the Red Hat's FTP server. How do I time how long it takes to compile ...
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2answers
73 views

Why it's not possible to compile on a different OS than end-user OS [closed]

I was trying to compile a php extension on Windows and ran into some trouble. I then thought it was possible to do the compilation for Windows on Linux, but turned out that wasn't possible. Can ...
2
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1answer
808 views

How to fix error when compiling php 5.3.8 with openssl 1.0.0e on X86_64?

I am compiling PHP 5.3.8 like this: ./configure --with-openssl=/usr/local/openssl OpenSSL is compiled as follows: ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/openssl -fPIC When I do make of PHP, I get this ...
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1answer
258 views

Compile and upgrade to PHP 5 on linux with old php settings how to?

I am running CentOS i need to compile and install PHP 5 there but i never done this before is this still possible or i need to find someone to do it for me? There is already installation of PHP 4 and ...
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3answers
96 views

Compiling and maintaining applications?

What configure format do you use for compiling and why ? Example (you don't have to reply as the example but do state your directory setup): <Layout MyPersonalizedLayout> prefix: ...
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votes
1answer
150 views

Why do we need a compiled kernel source tree for compiling modules?

Linux kernel modules don't seem to be portable: they are compiled for a specific version of the kernel (that's why even binary drivers have some source files to be compiled). And you don't just need ...
0
votes
1answer
1k views

Can Jdownloader be installed into text mode in linux without X11?

I'm insterested into installing Jdownloader into text mode in linux, i want to use the api it has to control the downloads from a web application Do you guys think that's possible in gentoo? if so , ...
0
votes
1answer
65 views

Sharing software and libraries in a cluster

I'm planing on having several identical servers as PHP web application servers (among other things). Instead of having to install and compile software on each server individually, I've decided to ...
3
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1answer
5k views

How to recompile PHP

I have changed some settings in various things on my site and I am being told i need to "recompile PHP" via ssh. can anybody tell me how to do that? OOF, harsh - people wanna shut this one real ...
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3answers
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Compiling 32-bit binaries on 64-bit RHEL

I have a 64-bit RHEL 5.3 server. There's a piece of server software that's more memory efficient if I compile it as 32-bit. Is there a way to tell GCC to target 32-bit? I just want a specific piece ...
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2answers
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Is it possible to install ffmpeg and x264 on a Synology Diskstation 209?

Complete linux novice here! :) I'm trying to get my brilliant DS209 NAS box to do some transcoding for me of a few AVI videos to a format suitable for my Apply iTouch - yes I could do it with ...
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1answer
2k views

compiling 64 bit linux kernel with gcc

While trying to compile a 64 bit linux kernel using gcc, I see the following error : kernel/bounds.c:1: error: code model ‘kernel’ not supported in the 32 bit mode kernel/bounds.c:1: sorry, ...
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1answer
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'missing-syscalls' error during kernel compilation

These are the steps I am doing to compile the linux source on my machine : 1. Copy the config file from /boot to /usr/src/kernels/2.6.29.4-167.fc11.i586/ directory 2. make oldconfig 3. make Step 3 ...
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3answers
847 views

compiling something - /usr/bin/ld cannot find support_glib

I'm compiling navit on ubuntu It gets down to this step and fails /bin/bash ../libtool --tag=CC --mode=link gcc -g -O2 -Wall -Wcast-align -Wmissing-declarations -Wmissing-prototypes ...
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2answers
335 views

What does ./configure --disable-zebra in the Quagga suite stand for?

I am currently configuring Quagga. Quagga is an routing suite for Linux. I was suggested to use --disable-zebra when configuring Quagga (./configure --disable-zebra). Does anyone exactly know what ...
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3answers
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What are the best linux performance tweaks for javac without a makefile?

What are the best linux performance tweaks for javac without a makefile? I am talking about the use of ant build files and IDEs that scan the source and create the dependencies as well as doing the ...
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4answers
243 views

What is the “standard” compile from code and install incantation?

I know there is a sort of standard series of commands to compile and install packages that come only as source. What is it?