I'm fairly new to programming in SuSE Linux. At first I'm trying to compile
speech_tools from Festival under SuSE 9.3, but ./configure fails with:
checking for tputs in -ltermcap... (cached) no
checking for tputs in -lncurses... (cached) no
I have ncurses_devel installed and the libs are linked to /usr/lib:
Should tputs() be in those libs (and in general, how can I check the functions
in a library)?
I am working on for SLES9 installation to iSCSI disk and then
booting from it.
It is already working for RHEL4 linux.
My procedure(for iscsi installation and boot-from iscsi-disk)
required changes to "mkinitrd"
for RHEL4 linux.
While going through "/sbin/mkinitrd" of SLES9, i found "iscsi_boot"
variable inside it.
Now i wonder if i can find a doucment to teach myself to use this
already-existing feature of SLES9
to enable iscsi boot.
I installed on iSCSi disk. As i added the iscsi.ko and
iscsid-daemon and related configuration files
via driver-update-diskettes prepared using "dkms mkdriverdisk ....".
But so far i had not been able to understand how to enable the iscsi
boot for SLES9 in initrd.
My NIC already has some iscsi expansion ROM which can get the
iscsi_boot drive from DHCP server and
it will scsi-read the grub-loader and initrd+vmlinuz. After that
the iscsi-stack inside the initrd
From SUSE gurus i am trying to find out "how can I enable the
alread-existing feature of iscsi_boot in
SLES9 mkinitrd ?".
I have need of both the gcc that comes with SUSE 10 (4.0.2) and a 3.4.x
version of gcc as well. Is it possible to have both installed at the
same time? I would guess that things like include files would have to be
sorted. But does anyone know of a general guide for doing this sort of
thing? The SUSE 10 one would be the default that should be invoked as
usual. The gcc 3.4 could require, say, environment variables to be set.
The reason for this is I want to compile kernel modules for some other
system, and it seems that it is not happy if they are compiled with
SUSE's 4.x gcc. The kernel itself was compiled with 3.4.4. I can chroot
to an environment that will run gcc 3.4.4, but I would prefer to just
run the 3.4 compiler from a Makefile in SUSE 10.0. Make sense?
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I am using SuSE 10 with gcc-4.0. I am building an application with oracle -
occi library. The occi library was linked with libstdc++.so.5 and my gcc 4.0
is linking the program with libstdc++.so.6. The compilation and linking is ok
but at runtime it gives me exception in occi resultset getString funtion.
A search on google says that we need link the application with libstdc++.so.5.
Can u use gcc-4.0 to link the application with libstdc++.so.5?( The
libstdc++.so.5 is available in SuSE 10)
or do we need to install gcc-3.2 in SuSE 10.
Please help me out.
Thankyou very much in advance.
I need gvim and python-wxGTK ,but they are not shiped in oss version.
so I downloaded the sources from their site. I want to build the rpm file
myself ,so could any one send me the spec files if you have any ? or tell me
where to get the rpm package?
"In this paper, we develop a general formalism for describing
the C++ programming language, and regular enough to cope
with proposed extensions (such as concepts) for C++0x that affect
its type system. Concepts are a mechanism for checking
template arguments currently being developed to help cope
with the massive use of templates in modern C++. The main
challenges in developing a formalism for C++ are scoping,
overriding, overloading, templates, specialization, and the C
heritage exposed in the built-in types. Here, we primarily
focus on templates and overloading."
Are there any examples out there for socket
programing? I need to write a test app that connects
to s specified IP and port to send and receive ASCII
strings. I am not sure which libraries to use or the
AFAIK, when building a threaded app currently to get the full NPTL you need
to specify -I/usr/include/nptl (to get the NPTL header files) and
-L/usr/lib/nptl (to link with the NPTL libraries).
With the 2.6 kernel when building a normal threaded app, you get Linux
Threads by default, but since some NPTL features are implemented in the
kernel, you get some benefit.
We had some questions about /lib/tls. What I have been able to find out is
that this contains the libraries that support Thread Local Storage for
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I know I could look in the source RPM and try to figure out the answer to
this, but I'm not sure how successfully I would be. I've been having
problems with MathML and Mozilla on SuSE 10. If I use the build from
mozilla.org, I get a bunch of weird fonts from MathML pages. If I use the
build from SuSE, I don't get the weird fonts, but I can't seen the glyph for
∄. What I really want to know is if I should file a bug report
with Mozilla, and/or SuSE.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1 plus MathML 2.0//EN"