I encountered a problem with cmake in docker, where cmake failed to find OpenSSL package in the system, but I’m sure it’s installed. And I see strange errors about required internal CMake variable not set. I can compile the same code in normal VM without a problem, but I cannot get it to work in ..
Trying to add Modsecurity v3.0.4 in to Nginx v1.19.9 but running in to some errors I do not understand. There are MANY errors similar to the ones I pasted below but did not include them all. My intention is to create a static Nginx binary and not use the dynamic Modsecurity module. Thanks for any ..
In order to use the C++17 include <filesystem> I need gcc-9 package in my centos 7 docker. By default centos:7 will install gcc 4.8.5 from the regular distro repo. docker run –rm -it centos:7 # yum install -y gcc # gcc –version gcc (GCC) 4.8.5 20150623 (Red Hat 4.8.5-44) Is there any way to easily ..
I have question about gcc compiler link library option. I an running gcc compiler from docker container. when I try to compile by typing in "gcc -Iinclude -Llib_x86 *.c *.h -o main", output shows following : undefined reference to "secure_ClearStream" undefined reference to "proc_readProcess" undefined reference to "proc_getOutput" .. (and 16 more functions from both ..
what could be the reason gcc compiler throwing file not found error when compiled in docker container environment? In docker environment, error threw only one header file among 10 header files. It didn’t throw for rest 9 include <.h> statement. I don’t understand. It worked perfectly fine when compiled normally. I am pretty sure that ..
I’m currently in the process of building up a cloud environment for an application deployment and running into issues with connecting to a running Node/Express REST API server via HTTP/S. I’m using GCE as my VM provider and to start off with am just trying to test out the API service from my personal machine. ..
What I do is: start a alpine container docker run -it alpine ash inside the container, install curl apk add –no-cache curl download goreman curl -L ‘https://github.com/mattn/goreman/releases/download/v0.3.7/goreman_v0.3.7_linux_amd64.tar.gz’ > goreman.tar.gz decompress tar -xzvf goreman.tar.gz change work directory cd goreman_v0.3.7_linux_amd64 add permission chmod +x goreman execute it ./goreman and an error occurred, it shows ash: ./goreman: not ..
Right now, I’m trying to build a tool from source and use it to build a C++ project. I’m able to extract the tar file (gcc-arm-none-eabi). But, when I try to add it to path (using $GITHUB_PATH, not add-path), the path doesn’t apply on my next action and I can’t build the file. The error ..
During building of a 3rd party library (libtorch, if it matters) in a docker container, I came across an error of a missing include file. The same process of building worked fine when running the build process from Ubuntu 16.04 host, but when running from an Ubuntu 18.04 host, the file was missing. After a ..
I am trying to set-up an environment to compile an out-of-date project using some old gcc version, e.g., 4.8.2 inside a Docker container virtualizing Alpine Linux. When I dive into the container i.e., docker run -it alpine:latest I try to apk list packages but of course I only see the latest versions of gcc/g++. I ..