Imagine this, I have managed to get my hands on pre-compiled versions of gcc and make, and the other tools. Now, how do I use them? Currently, these tools have been stored into a package whith a ...
I am trying to install a package that depends on python-keybinder and hence on libkeybinder. When I run makepkg for libkeybinder, it starts and after sometime I get the following error: checking for ...
I recently compiled and installed Git on a new install of Mac OS 10.6 but it didn't install the documentation. I now realize I should've used the precompiled package offered here: ...
I am new to Linux and am running CentOs. When I want to update or install certain software I came across three ways. Sometimes it's: yum install program apt-get install program rpm -i program.rpm ...
I am trying to compile and install some software. When I do the ./configure. I get the following error: checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0.2) (headers and libraries) not ...
See the question - if I want to build the latest version of an app from the source, am I doomed to checking for updates manually? Is there a better way to do this?