Group of pre-compiled functions which a computer program may call

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Which tools is best for Image Processing [on hold]

I wants to learn image processing, but I am confused with a lot of tools and libraries on the internet, What I want is to continuously detect the specific object through webcam and perform any ...
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How do I redirect a non-Libraries path to its equivalent in Libraries?

I've always liked using Libraries since it removes clutter from the Explorer address bar and makes it convenient to access documents, but there's this huge annoyance that happens when programs fail to ...
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does installing libraries makes linux slower

I have ubuntu amd64, and i want to install packet tracer on it. the thing is, packet tracer requires a lot of 32 bits libraries to work. So, does installing a lot of libraries makes linux slower or ...
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Move some iTunes library items to different drive?

My internal hard drive is somewhat small, and I only regularly listen to a fraction of my iTunes library anyway, so I'd like to keep large portions on it on an external drive for archival purposes. ...
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How do you specify the location of libraries to a binary? (linux)

For this question I'll be using a specific example, but really this generalizes to pretty much any binary on linux that can't seem to find its' dependent libraries. So, I have a program that won't run ...
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Overriding Linux libraries for historical binary-only tools

I have a 64 bit Ubuntu Linux box. Recently I was given an old compiled binary that used to run on an old, retired server, which I THINK was a 2007-era Redhat distribution. As you might expect, the ...
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Missing DLL Map libglib-2.0.so.0

Im trying to get over this Bug on Mono https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=692784 .Im trying to add the DLLMapfor libglib-2.0.so.0 <dllmap dll="libglib-2.0.dll" target="libglib-2.0.so.0" ...
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Multiple versions of a lib on Linux

So i often have the problem that i work on applications that need different versions of the same library. I can usually not have two versions of the same library installed but i can link to specific ...
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QtCreator on Ubuntu 14.04 amd64 fails to load?

Every time I load QtCreator it says it cannot load the ProjectExplorer plugin, so I located the .so and ran ldd to find it cannot find the right version of OpenSSL. How can I resolve this? I've spent ...
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LD_LIBRARY and ldd: cannot open shared object file although it exists

When I try to enable postgis in a postgresql database, it says me: ERROR: could not load library "/home/nadai/compiled/postgres/lib/postgis-2.2.so": libproj.so.10: cannot open shared object file: No ...
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Python-pillow install fails, despite required library being available

Good day, I am using my Synology DS215J as a Python development environment. I have configured ipkg as a system package manager on it. My goal is to use the Django and Pillow python packages in a ...
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libgnutls.so.26 no such file or directory

I upgrade my Debian jessie and, when I try to open Emacs, It send me this error: emacs: error while loading shared libraries: libgnutls.so.26: cannot open shared object file: No such file or ...
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Is it possible to add more Genius Mixes to iTunes 9?

I upgraded to iTunes 9 today and it looks good! The Genius Mixes feature is nice but I only have 4 genius mixes even though I have 973 songs in my library. Two of my mixes are even the same genre. ...
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How to check the version of the dynamic linker?

If I run a binary compiled on a newer Linux distro on an older Linux distro, I may get an error like this: error while loading shared libraries: requires glibc 2.5 or later dynamic linker ...
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About the definition of PE

I know that binary executables in Windows belong to PE, but what about libraries like .dll or .lib files, do they belong to the category of PE? And what about the executables in Linux?
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How to correct Openvpn with elevated rights while being an ordinary user?

checking tap-windows.h presence... no checking for tap-windows.h... no checking whether TUNSETPERSIST is declared... yes checking for setcon in -lselinux... yes checking for pam_start in -lpam... no ...
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Installing Octave-4.0.0 on CentOS yields QtOpenGL linking error

I am in the process of trying to install Octave-4.0.0 on a CentOS 6 cluster. Octave has 20+ dependencies, and it is unclear which versions of each dependency to use. Since yum only has Octave-3.4.3, ...
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Is it possible to delete User & Library folders and just keep My PC folders?

Up until recently when I looked at the Windows folder/file tree there was only "My PC" and the folders within. Now I've got an additional major folder with my user name and a major folder with the ...
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How to read Windows Hibernation file (hiberfile.sys) to extract data?

I need to find what all data is stored in hibernation file by parsing it. However till now I have only manged to do so manually by opening it in a Hex editor and then searching for texts in it. I ...
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QT Creator: no valid kits found

Would you be so kind to help me in trying to add a valid kit to QT Creator? These are the screenshots of kits available options. Fedora 22 KDE Spin
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How to install “elastix: a toolbox for rigid and nonrigid registration of images” in Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite)

I have downloaded Mac OS X 64 bit binaries for Elastix and tried to run ./elastix in Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite): $ cd elastix_macosx64_v4.7 $ tree . ├── CopyrightElastix.txt ├── bin │   ├── elastix │  ...
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Word macro referencing Excel worked in Office 2007 but fails in 2010

I created a VBA macro in Word 2007 that determines if Excel and a specific Excel workbook is open, opens the workbook (and Excel if needed), then performs various tasks in the workbook. Under ...
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msvcr71.dll is missing

msvcr71.dll is missing on Windows 7 and I can't register my dll throw regsvr32 I just can't understand why it can happen Does this dll come with OS, or I can install C++ runtime libraries, or .NET ...
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In Arch linux, do applications launched from a ramdisk act the same if the OS booted from disk vs a liveCD?

Let's say our application only tries to access files from it's own directory but it's also based on libraries sitting in /usr/lib, which in turn sits on a disk. If we set up a ramdisk, move the ...
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Why is 64 bit OS version packaged with both 32 and 64 bit libraries?

I installed SuSE 64 bit version, and i saw it has libraries (Samba), installed with both 32 and 64 bit versions. We used to upgrade only the 64 bit version of libraries of Samba in our software ...
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Installing a library locally in home directory, but program doesn't recognize it

I am installing a program on a server as a non-root user. Specifically it is tmux 1.5, but this should apply broadly to all locally installed program in my opinion (I mention the program name in case ...
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how can I carry all my installed libraries from one Ubuntu installation to other

I am using Ubuntu 14.04 which includes many libraries that use for my work. I would like to carry all of those to another clean Ubuntu installation. Is there any tool helps for the process or any idea ...
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Windows Media Player library doesn't show any songs in folders!

I have Windows 7 Ultimate and have added my music folders to the library of Win Media Player, yet none of my songs appear in the library! What shall I do? Also, i have switched off many services, ...
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How to strip a Linux system?

I've been building my own Linux distro, and I've stripped the binaries, etc. The system won't use GCC or development tools, as it will be a Chrome kiosk, so it would greatly help if I could strip down ...
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Is it possible to check an MP3 for data corruption?

I was listening to some older mp3s today and I released that some of my songs have pops and cracks in them. I assume this means that the file has some bad blocks. Is there software/script/etc that I ...
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Install scipy on blender

I'm working with windows 64-bit and I have Blender 2.73 (so python 3.4.2). I tried downloading scipy's executables for python 2.7 (spicy exe available on the site doesn't accept 3.x) on my system, ...
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How to restore Mac OS X’s system libiconv?

I was having trouble getting the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (ghc)—and Haskell programs in general—to run on my MacBook. I’m running Apple’s current Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) beta, but the problem had ...
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Move folders to Library and they disappeared (permissions)

Windows 7 Professional I had a large number of files in a folder. I moved these files (selected and dragged them in Windows Explorer) to the users Documents Library (I meant to get their My ...
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labstreaminglayer missing liblsl32.so

After installing matlab, I tried to run the ReceiveData function, and it gives me the following message: Apparently the file "path/liblsl-Matlab/bin/liblsl32.so" is missing on your computer. ...
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How to manually install a library so that it may be included from the standard path?

I need to install and use this library on a Raspberry Pi running a flavor of Linux. The linked website suggests getting the necessary files from the public repo but I was unsuccessful in doing so. I ...
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Is my CentOS library multiarch? And what does that mean?

On CentOS release 6.4, I am trying to run a binary. However, it gives the following complaint: (...) requires "/lib/libuuid.so.1" to function. From a quick search, I can see that the only similar ...
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How to use mathematical functions not built-in in gnuplot

I've always considered gnuplot as very useful, and even more since I use tikz in LATEX documents. Unfortunately, the number of core implemented functions in gnuplot is quite small, I often need ...
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Accidentally removed my “Documents” from my “Libraries”

By mistake I removed the my "Documents" folder from my "Libraries" The folder still exist however under C:\Users\user\Documents, I didn't delete any files. How can I restore the my "Documents back to ...
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Make Recorded TV Appear in Windows 7 Libraries/ Change library Icon

The Library Recorded TV exists, as you can add it to the right side of the Windows 7 Start Menu, but It doesn't appear in the Libraries Folder? Is it possible to make it appear there? I went to start ...
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Linux Version of Windows 7 Libraries

Libraries are one of the features I like about Windows 7 (admittedly, I haven't delved to deeply yet). Anyone using a similar concept on a Linux system? I figure UnionFS could work, but I've not ...
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Is it possible to have nested libraries in Windows 7?

My goal is this: I have a library, say it's called Series. I store my series in two different places, one for watched episodes and one for unwatched episodes. Obviously I can simply add the root ...
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Is it necessary to back up Libraries while backing up a drive for formatting?

(Windows-7) I want to back up my C: drive before formatting it. Is it necessary to back up the Libraries also? I am not interacting with Libraries myself. Only the system does the necessary actions. I ...
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How can I import MP3 tracks/folders into Windows Media Player?

How can I import MP3 tracks/folders into Windows Media Player so that they appear in anything other than the 'Other' folder?
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yaml.h not found after installing libyaml

I have installed libyaml yet Ruby install can not find yaml.h. I do not have sudo permissions so everything must be done as a normal user. wget http://pyyaml.org/download/libyaml/yaml-0.1.4.tar.gz ...
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Build successful but missing symbols upon runtime

After building kmscon, I try to run it but get the error message: % ./kmscon /home/janus/kmscon/.libs/lt-kmscon: symbol lookup error: /home/janus/kmscon/.libs/libuterm.so.1: undefined symbol: ...
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Unable to load libstdc++.so.5 on Ubuntu Linux

I'm trying to execute a binary and it says ./xtensoftphone: error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory. This library is indeed ...
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Dealing with the locations of libraries

What can you do when your linux system "can't find" dynamically linked libraries that are indeed installed in their correct locations? Case in point, I'm trying to run a program called 'ucanvcam': ...
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Clang can't locate Homebrew-installed libportaudio

I installed libportaudio using Homebrew on OS X. The install succeeded and I verified there were symlinks to the actual headers and libraries in /usr/local/include and /usr/local/lib. However, I am ...
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Python 2.x and Python 3.x with Beautiful Soup Package on Mac OSX 10.9.5

I am fairly new to Python and have run into some problems installing Beautiful Soup. I am running Mac OSX 10.9.5. I installed and used Python 3.4 during a summer and installed Beautiful Soup 4 for a ...
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Why is the physical size of a .dylib file smaller than it's logical size?

There is a behavior I cannot explain in OSX Lion (might be on other versions too). When I copy or duplicate some applications, for example iTunes, that contain some dynamic libraries, the physical ...