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Use cygcheck /usr/bin/[yourbinary] (example /usr/bin/curl) It will tell you anything it couldn't find. (It will say 'could not find [some.dll]'.) Just install the package that the dll names. For example - When I ran: $ curl It returned: /usr/bin/curl.exe: error while loading shared libraries: ?: cannot open shared object file: No such file or ...


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Try this (i have done this using a High Fidelity Album) Once you select the album you want to modify, choose File > Get Info, or use the Command-I keyboard shortcut. When you select more than one song to edit - in this case by selecting an entire album - iTunes checks to see if you really want to edit the settings for multiple tracks. Click the Yes button to ...


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Try re-building libevent using ./configure --disable-shared I suspect this will fix your problem because the library will be linked against when building the binary and doesn't need to be searched for at runtime. Alternatively, if you have a need for a dynamically linked libevent, you can add the containing directory of libevent-2.0.so.5 to your ...


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For a once-off, set the variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH to a colon-separated list of directories to search. This is analogous to PATH for executables, except that the standard system directories are additionally searched after the ones specified through the environment. LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib64 ./cart5 If you have a program that keeps libraries in a ...


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The other answers suppose you want to backup the content of the libraries, themselves having files stored eventually in several directories, maybe stored on different harddisks. I understood that you want to backup the list of folders that are defined in each library, not the content of these folders. Who is right? If I am, here is my answer: The ...


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You need to change the grouping method for the library. Right-click on a blank area to the right of some files, select "Group By", and then select (None). If you want to go back to the way the library was arranged before, click the "Arrange by:" button in the top-right of the screen and choose "Clear changes".


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There is a package libreadline5 in lenny: http://packages.debian.org/lenny/libreadline5


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According to the ID3 Specs, Album Artist is how they should be grouped. For most compilations you should have "Various Artists" as the album artist with the individual artists in the Artist field. Similarly, for long drum and bass mix CDs, the Album Artist will be "Dieselboy" whereas the Artist will be "J. Majk". ITunes will group things based on the ...


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This really depends, but I don't think it can be done the way you want it. The 'supported' way You can disable iTunes from copying music to the iTunes folder for future imports by going iTunes > Preferences > Advanced > Uncheck "Copy files to iTunes Music folder when adding to library". This will add all future files to the library, but it will not copy ...


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You could also set the RPATH, which encodes the library search patch in the binary itself. Just add -R $DIR/lib to CFLAGS.


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Are you talking about the Pictures folder when you open a new windows explorer window? If so, open the windows explorer and: Right click on Pictures Select Properties Click on Include a folder.. Add the folder you wish to be used Select that folder in the Library locations: box Click on Set save location You can also ...


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The output of file says "statically linked". ldd only works on dynamically linked executables. (Technically, all Linux ldd does is invoke the Linux executable loader, /lib/ld-linux.so.2, after setting an environment variable. So it should be the most reliable way.) Some programs might be using dlopen() to load libraries, in order to avoid making the ...


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You could also do: readelf -d executable | grep NEEDED But this probably doesn't do what you want. It shows the libs that executable links to, but not all the libs it needs (a library can require another library).


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msvcr71.dll is Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library for Visual C++ .NET 2003. It comes as part of .NET Framework 1.1.


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You can do both with lsof. To see what processes have a library open or mapped do: lsof /path/to/lib.so and to see what files (including shared libraries) a process has open and/or mapped, do: lsof -p <pid>


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Another way to see what's loaded in a process is by looking at the /proc/PID/maps file. This shows everything mapped into your address space, including shared objects mapped in.


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Yes, but it is very different to the MSDN library in VS 2008. It is an optional install and you select which libraries you want (.net, web, informs etc.) it then checks for latest versions and installs. However, it is just a database and web server, to actually browse, you use a standard web browser. The library is automatically launched to the correct ...


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They are different versions of the libraries. Different applications might need different versions so each file includes the version name, that way they can all be installed at the same time. You'll find that the ones without version numbers actually point to one of the ones that has a version number via a symlink, so that applications that don't need ...


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If you want to avoid LD_LIBRARY_PATH, you can also do this, during linking: gcc -o exename -L/path/to/dynamiclib/ -lnameofLib \ -Wl,-R/path/to/dynamiclib/ sourceCode1.c ... The -Wl,... is used to pass extra commands to the linker, and in this case, with -R you tell the linker to store this path as the "default search path" for the .so. I keep notes ...


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Like Christopher explained, you should just move the entire iTunes directory. Importantly though there will be an XML file inside your iTunes folder named "iTunes Library.xml". This file contains references to every item stored inside your iTunes library. Make a copy of that XML file before messing about. Open the XML file in a text editor you're ...


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G Mixes is meant to offer you a never ending channel that plays songs that go well together, like a personal radio station. This means that if most of the music in the library is of just a few genres then the number of mixes will be limited. To help Genius see what music you have, make sure all the track information is as accurate as possible (Artist, ...


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Yes Just plug the extra iPod's into your iTunes an it will recognise them as being entirely different. You can even have different syncing settings for each of the iPods (e.g. automatically sync only music to your iPod nano, and only movies to your iPod touch). iTunes is smart like that.


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You can find a lot of information about the Hiberfil.sys on the ForensicWiki page. Although most of the data structures required to parse the file format are available in the Microsoft Windows debug symbols, the compression used (Xpress) was undocumented until it was reverse engineered by Matthieu Suiche. He created with Nicolas Ruff a project called ...


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LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib worked for me on Debian Squeeze.


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Windows 8 actually has a simpler method to change icons than Windows 7: Right-click the library whose icon you want to change. Click Change library icon... button. This button was not present in Windows 7. Select the icon that you want. Click OK button.


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pyVenn is a python library that shoud help you: http://code.google.com/p/pyvenn/ an alternative would be matplotlib-venn, which the author describes here. It supports multiple sets, but depends on matplotlib.


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Things that I found, that seem to do what you need: metatracker with trackerfs - seems to be the best choice tagfs - might be not as comfy as metatracker leaftag - didn't find version that's new


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To change the location of the offline files cache (by default it's in %windir%\CSC) Disable Offline files Open regedit, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\CSC\Parameters create a new string value called CacheLocation and set it to the desired path, for example: \??\e:\csc Note: you have to use the Windows NT format for the ...


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Here is the official Cygwin Package List. This includes all the packages you can install via the Cygwin installer (link), and allows searching and examining the package contents before you install it. Note that Cygwin doesn't necessarily use the same package names (like libgsl0-dev, etc) that other Linux distributions use. g++ v4.4: Cygwin's latest GCC ...


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Any chance these files have internal checksums (would have been generated when the file was originally created)? If so you should be able to detect any data corruption that might be causing the artifacts you're hearing. Keep in mind that you might just be dealing with the result of a scratched CD or imperfect digital audio extraction. You might try ...



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