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Compiling and updating Nginx from source [duplicate]

If I have compiled and installed Nginx on Debian 7 Wheezy from source, would the steps to update be to: Download and unarchive new source ./configure make make install I tried installing Nginx ...
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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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Unable to compile Varnish 2.1 under SUSE 10.3

I just cloned the latest varnish 2.1 from git-repository. All the dependencies listed on the website have been installed. I run the following commands: ./autogen.sh -> works fine ./configure -> ...
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Is there any way to list all required libraries when configuring at a time?

Is there any way to list all required libraries when configuring generic linux source package at a time? Repeating find lacking lib by ./configure and installing it keep me long sometimes. or any ...
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1answer
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Compiling Mono on Fedora 7

Trying to install Mono from source on Fedora 7.. running # ./configure --prefix=/opt/mono works fine, but doing the make # make ; make install ends up with the following: Makefile:93: warning: ...
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3answers
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make errors when compiling PHP 5.2.6 from source (Fedora 12)

I have already installed Apache 2.2.14, PHP 5.3.1 (using mod_fastcgi) and MySQL 5.1.41 - this is working great, but I am now trying to install PHP 5.2.6 (also using mod_fastcgi) so I can use it for ...
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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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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?