CptSupermrkt

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comment Which yum package will provide "GTK+ peers"?
This is CentOS 7. The machine has GUI/X capabilities, but I'm doing this from bash.
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comment Which yum package will provide "GTK+ peers"?
The same thing in configure.ac: if test "$no_x" = yes; then AC_MSG_ERROR([GTK+ peers requested but no X library available]) fi But in configure.ac, there are no other instances of "no_x".
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comment Which yum package will provide "GTK+ peers"?
It's gcc 4.9.2, and I think the GTK+ dependency might come from the configuration option: "--enable-java-awt=gtk". Looking through configure and configure.ac for the libjava/classpath part of gcc 4.9.2, which is failing, the error is thrown when a variable called "$no_x" tests as yes. I'm trying to make heads or tails of how $no_x is set, but I'm having a tough time :/
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accepted Compiling Python with curses support
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answered Compiling Python with curses support
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comment INSERT INTO does not work in a stored precedure
Not sure what kind of database you're working with, but typically you can quickly debug this kind of thing with print statements. If you're in a situation where there is no console to output to, you could also try manually raising an exception and include the value of @sid to see if your code is even being reached.
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comment e2label Bad magic number in super-block?
Thanks for this, I encountered the same problem with my first XFS filesystem :)
Mar
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comment Compiling Python with curses support
Hmm, the ld allocation error seems to be related to the "-shared" option when compiling. Maybe I needed to use the "--with-shared" when compiling the ncurses package? Will recompile that and try again!
Mar
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comment Compiling Python with curses support
@l'L'l Thanks. No go unfortunately. I updated my question with some more relevant information I think.
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comment Compiling Python with curses support
@l'L'l Thanks. Yup, there is a libncurses.so.5.7 in there with symlinks libncurses.so and libncurses.so.5 linking to it.
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comment Decoding an encoded text file - Python
Can you split on a regular expression that matches <\d>? Then you can get your contents as a List that can be iterated through to re-create the string. And if the "magic numbers" are always at the beginning, they will be at index 0.
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comment Oracle Apex: step by step approach to creating radio buttons in interactive report
No upvotes? This answer is freakin' phenomenal.
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