yum -y install gcc make gperf genisoimage flex bison ncurses ncurses-devel pcre-devel augeas-devel augeas readline-devel
checking for cpio... cpio
checking for gperf... no
configure: error: gperf must be installed
configure: error: Package requirements (augeas >= 1.2.0) were not met:
Requested 'augeas >= 1.2.0' but version of augeas is 1.0.0
yum remove augeas augeas-libs augeas-devel
Downloading and compiling from source to get the latest version of Asterisk is really simple with this guide.
apt install gcc make g++ libedit-dev uuid-dev libjansson-dev apt install libxml2-dev sqlite3 libsqlite3-dev
tar -zxvf asterisk-16-current.tar.gz
If you get this error change y........
#Linux Mint 18.2 how to install gajim .16.9 so you can use OMEMO encryption:
sudo apt-get install python-axolotl python-nbxmpp
tar -zxvf gajim-0.16.9.tar.gz
./autogen.sh ;make;sudo make install
#if you get this error you need to get a newer python-nbxmpp from here:
Gajim needs python-nbxmpp >= 0.6.1 to run. Quiting...........
It has been a big pain for a long-time to install Windows from a Linux environment. I used to run a windows install server and it never worked right for some reason (the install would fail on most servers).
Before getting start be sure to setup your samba share so once you boot into WinPE you can mount the install for whatever Windows you want
path = /tftpboot/images/winstall
guest ok = yes........
Centos 6 requires GLIBC 2.12 however a lot of new programs you would want to compile may need a newer glibc. You can't remove the old glibc since the whole OS is based on it but you can install the updated glibc alongside it and do an export pointing to your updated GLIBC.
mkdir ~/glibc_install; cd ~/glibc_install
yum -y install gmp-devel mpfr-devel libmpc-devel glibc-devel glibc-devel.i686 zip unzip jar
Download, untar, configure, compile and install GCC
tar -zxvf gcc-5.5.0.tar.gz
Now you need to cleanup th........
Ihave a tar and when extracting it changes /root to a uid and gid of the source server which is bad especially for /root!
You can get around this by extracting as follows:
Add the -o switch which means "--no-same-owner"
tar -o -zxvf sometar.tar.gz........
Ifigured out what caused this but don't have the solution just yet. Iwould deploy a certain script from a .tar.gz to some servers and found that /root was always owned by user and group "1000.1000". This corresonded to the user who made the .tar.gz.
For some reason when extract normally with "tar -zxvf file.tar.gz" it impacts the parent directories ownership. There must be some recursion going on or possibly the .tar.gz but I haven't f........
*Remember to restart spamassassin after all of this.
tar -zxvf dcc.tar.Z
#enable DCC, uncomment the line that disables it near the top