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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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Installing /usr/bin/perl install-module.pl Encode::Detect throws /usr/bin/make — NOT OK

I am installing PERL and its modules (to install bugzilla thereafter) on my Centos 5.8 VPS. When I install /usr/bin/perl install-module.pl Encode::Detect it throws and error /usr/bin/make -- NOT ...
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Failure when make installworld is invoked to create a jail template in FreeBSD

I'm trying to follow this proceedure to install a jail template: make installworld DESTDIR=/usr/jails/mroot but get the following error: ===> lib/libcom_err/doc (install) install-info --quiet ...
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Unable to MAKE nfqueue-bindings

I am trying to install nfqueue-bindings. However, when I tried to run the MAKE file, I got this error: [root@localhost nfqueue-bindings-0.3]# make [ -d build ] || mkdir build; \ cd build && ...
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Make: Permission Denied (until I `cd .`)

I have an account on a shared host running FreeBSD 5.5-STABLE. I was compiling my own version of Ruby today, and encountered this anomaly: If I tried to execute 'make', I get a "permission denied" ...
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Warning messages while building Apache server

I am building Apache server 2.4.6 from source and am not sure about a few warning messages I received during the rpm build process. The build completes OK and everything seems fine..BTW, this is on ...
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Running make for Nginx throws a “multiple target patterns” error

When I run make inside my installed nginx directory I get the output: make -f objs/Makefile make[1]: Entering directory `/home/ec2-user/nginx/nginx-1.2.4' objs/Makefile:110: *** multiple target ...
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Xen make: you must install 'guilt' on your build machine

While trying to build Xen on my Ubuntu 12.04 Server system I see the following: package/xenclient/gcc/gcc.mk:30: warning: overriding commands for target `/home/hash/device/xen/dl/gcc-4.2.4.tar.bz2' ...
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How to fix RVM exhausting Virtual Memory on VPS?

I'm trying to install ruby via RVM on an Ubuntu VPS with only 512 MB memory. When running rvm install 1.9.3 I get the error: ERROR: Error running 'make ', please read ...
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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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PHP make test Failures

I'm rebuilding and upgrading PHP(5.3.2 -> 5.5.14) to match the current installation except with the addition of the pthread module. My main question is about the seriousness of make test failures. ...
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Can't install NPM after installing Node on EC2 Linux instance?

I'm trying my first attempt on getting a node server set up on an amazon ec2 linux instance. I think I made it quite far. First problem I ran into was when trying to make Node the connection timed ...
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which `install.sh` does `make install` use?

I am trying to learn what make install does in the context of building a custom kernel. (reference: ...
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How can I forcibly change a shared library version used by my code from a certain folder than the default one in /usr/local/lib/?

I have an app I am building on Linux (Ubuntu). The steps involved are ./configure with certain options, make, and then execute the app. By default the app links/uses a shared library present in the ...
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Installing PHP v5.2.5 on RHEL6 64-bit fails on openssl make error

I'm attempting to compile PHP v5.2.5 from source (yes, I'm aware it is out of date, so is our security office's standards), and I'm coming up short in attempts at finding answers online. For the ...