How do you compile things in Slitaz?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 2, 2014
Good morning,. i just started using Slitaz instead of Arch,. its a bit of a culture shock but I like the KISS attitude and the fact that they keep things small.
My problem arises from the use of busybox. There are quite a few things that I do that require me to use the GNU versions of grep and sed. So I grabbed the source and started to compile it. But it seems that Slitaz uses its own custom GCC compiler.
How do I go about getting a usable GNU/Llinux compatible build environment on Slitaz? Has anyone done this? OR what is the easiest way on Slitaz to replace busybox with its actual real-world counterparts?
How do you compile source code (sleepyhead src from Sourceforge)?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 10, 2012
I've never compiled before.
I tried the following to compile SleepyHead from SourceForge bulld instructions but failed miserably on Ubuntu 10.04.
Request: If you're on Ubuntu 10.04, can you just tell me (yay or nay) if this works for you to install sleepyhead?
0. Read about SleepyHead open-source freeware from the SleepyHead Web Site.
1. Install the GIT program so as to be able to 'git' the source code:
$ sudo apt-get install git-core
2. Download the source code using that newly installed GIT protocol:
$ git clone git://sleepyhead.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/sleepyhead/sleepyhead
3. Install QT development tools, if needed:
$ sudo apt-get install qt4-dev-tools libqt4-opengl-dev
4. Run the make command (that's all it says in the README):
Does it work for you?
It didn't work for me:
- Tutorial for installing SourceForge SleepyHead CPAP/BiPAP (Sleep Apnea) software
PS: The *.deb is already known to fail on Ubuntu 10.04, which it predictably did.
How do you compile MPlayer with H.264 Support?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 17, 2008
I have been having trouble compiling MPlayer with H.264 support.
Do any of you know of a page with good instructions?
How do you compile kernel for your specific machine
- date: April 17, 2011
I've read over the past several months, different books, ("Linux Administration," "Linux In A Nutshell," "Ubuntu Hacks," and "A practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux | Third Edition." and different Internet articles, about how to compile a kernel. Which, actually seems pretty easy to me now. However I can compile all day, but it's not going to do my machine any good and it only teaches me how to follow directions. Not a bad thing, just not what I'm looking for.
I would like to compile a Linux kernel for my machine, meaning that its leaned out with only the modules and features that are specific to my computer's hardware. The closest that I have come to this was that someone mentioned using
to show you the current modules running in the kernel. So I did this:
Module Size Used by
btrfs 490443 0
zlib_deflate 19266 1 btrfs
How do you EXIT THINGS? I have to relogin to close everything!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 17, 2001
OK. If I do top , then I don't know what to do. How do I get OUT of top. All I can do is stop the process with shift+z, then kill it. Is there no way to just stop it? Or how about the man pages? Or getting out of Vi? Or emacs? HOW DO YOU EXIT THESE THINGS?
How do you compile/build/execute a C++ project in Geany?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: December 17, 2010
I really didn't think it would be this difficult. Geany clearly has the ability to create projects, add files to the projects, compile the individual files, but then even after googling it I could not find a clear description of how to build and execute the project... It's pretty annoying because I really like the simplicity of Geany and its clean, uncluttered workspace, but this could be a deal breaker.
How do you compile LinuxStaging drivers??
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 2, 2009
I have an exciting new product: A Belkin Network USB Hub, which I would like to get running in Ubuntu. It is connected to a wireless router, and when booted properly, provides the USB ports (5 of them) to any wifi endowed computer. Great for supplying data to the other coputers.
There are drivers called usbip (USB over IP), but the latest ones for 9.04 are located in Linux-staging, which was installed on the computer.
My problem is: How do you compile them???? I found almost no info on them, and have been searching for days. I think they would be most useful. It looks like the usbip project is not very popular right now, but there will be a lot of interest, now that there's the Belkin device.
Help! I'm dying to get it going.
[SOLVED] How do you use WINE and how do you install things on the C:?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 31, 2011
I installed it a while ago but haven't bothered to use it much, and before I installed Kubuntu and had Ubuntu, it worked fine, I could use Notepad and browse the C:... But, now when I go to "Browse C:" it says "Unable to run the command specified. The file or folder file:///home/theif519/Documents/.wine/dosdevices/c: does not exist." What do I do? I tried reinstalling Wine but that didn't do any good. Do I manually make the directory?
How do you install or download things from the internet on Ubuntu?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 1, 2015
how can i get a good text editor. i am new to ubuntu but would like to know how to get such things like text editors and other stuff. but i dont know how. I hear great things about kali linux and i would like to get some of those tools as well in the future! Thanks a lot for all your help.
How do you have separate wallpapers on GNOME w/ multimonitor setup?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 31, 2008
I have an extended nVidia twinview desktop with two monitors. How do you set a different wallpaper per monitor with GNOME?
Right now I have one repeated desktop across both monitor desktops.
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