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Install libglib2.0-dev. You'll also need zlib1g-dev: apt-get install libglib2.0-dev zlib1g-dev .configure should run successfully with these two and the ones you've already installed.
Please check How can I avoid the prompts when installing a FreeBSD port? It's still pretty much the same, although I'd recommend setting BATCH in /etc/make.conf rather than your shell profile.
I don't believe its possible with Microsoft DNS. An alternaitive might be to port forward the desired port to 53. Something like netsh interface portproxy add v4tov4 listenport=#### listenaddress=184.108.40.206 connectport=53 connectaddress=220.127.116.11 would work if DNS was using TCP, but is usually uses UDP so you'd have to find something that works with UDP too. ...
set set is a shell builtin command. (Since this question is tagged as Unix shells, I’m omitting the MS Windows command.) POSIX specification The set builtin is defined in POSIX with a number of features. 1. Positional parameters The primary purpose of the set builtin is to set or unset options and positional parameters. Positional parameters are ...
The current release of xpdf (v3.04) does not have a configuration setting (xpdfrc) or command line flag to disable the outline that will appear if a pdf has embedded bookmarks. The method you are using is the only way - with similar variants such as binding a key to 'closeOutline' - that is possible. Assuming that using a more robust / maintained pdf reader ...
I see no configure file in the zip, even as a hidden file. You don't need to build it. normalize 0.7.7 for Windows (linked statically with MAD and Audiofile) Download http://savannah.nongnu.org/download/normalize/normalize-0.7.7-win32.zip and extract the files. normalize-0.7.7-win32.zip contains normalize.exe already built: NOTES ON THE WIN32 ...
For some reason PKG_CONFIG_PATH didn't contain the right path for that openssl.pc file needed for pkg-config utility. I did find / -name 'openssl.pc' and found it in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/pkgconfig/. That path was also used by my other ubuntu to ./configure. So I runned ./configure PKG_CONFIG_PATH="/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/pkgconfig/" and that did the ...
Sure this described everywhere. If you not want read, try this: yum update -y yum install kernel-devel -y reboot
The configuration of the spans on your card depends primarily on what sort of lines your provider has given you so it is very hard for anyone to look at this configuration and know whether or not it is correct in your situation. However, generally, the alarm state of the span (GREEN, RED, UNCONFIGURED, YELLOW) depends solely on the configuration in ...
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