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SCons- *** No SConstruct file found
There are 3 ways to specify the SConstruct file when using SCons, as follows: Execute scons from the root of the project, where there should be a SConstruct file. This is the most standard way. From a subdirectory of the project, where there should be a SConsctruct file at the root, execute scons with one of the following options (as seen by scons -h) to tell it to look up the directory structure for the SConstruct -u, --up, --search-up Search up directory tree for SConstruct, build targets at or below current directory. -U Search up directory tree for SConstruct, build Default() targets from local SConscript. Explicitly specify where the SConstruct file is, this is also available from scons -h -f FILE, --file=FILE, --makefile=FILE, --sconstruct=FILE Read FILE as the top-lev

Categories : Python

Scons - using custom preprocessor with scons cache
To use the scons cache you have to have a target. scons caches the target based on the contributing files and build command. Even without a builder, you can write yourself a Command processor a bit like this. out_cc = env.Command('file.wave.cpp', 'file.cpp', 'wave command < $SOURCE > $TARGET') env.Program('myprog', ['this.cc', 'that.cc', out_cc]) This will use the cache. You can add a builder if you like, so you can do that in all one step. Builders are nice for where you'll use the same command in multiple places or have more complex requirements than can be described with a simple Command. However, they aren't essential for the cache to work. Edit: Updated to include liosan's solution for wave taking .cpp files and producing .cpp files and hence getting the include dependenci

Categories : C++

Azure Deployment error with libxmljs for node.js
The Azure documentation states that the platform "..does not provide Python or node-gyp and cannot build native modules". View the section on "Native module" here: http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/nodejs/common-tasks/working-with-node-modules/ Have you tried adding the compiled module as part of your project, instead of trying to get Azure to compile the module on deploy?

Categories : Javascript

Hadoop Cygwin Windows 7 JAVA_HOME Path not found and command not found
Go to environment variable and then advance setting Go to user variable and setVariable JAVA_HOME and there Value C:Javasunjdk6.0.24 Then go to Path and set cygwin path c:cygwinin;c:cygwinusrin DO it if not done erlier, If you still facing problem then see Link for Hadoop installation on windows and follow every steps.

Categories : Hadoop

-bash: cordova: command not found; or -bash: phonegap: command not found
You've to add the path to the cordova bin in the bash file. /etc/profile ~/.bash_profile ~/.bash_login (if .bash_profile does not exist) ~/.profile (if .bash_login does not exist) Try to close and reopen the teminal after edited the file.

Categories : Cordova

Error when using scp command "bash: scp: command not found"
Issue is with remote server, can you login to the remote server and check if "scp" works probable causes: - scp is not in path - openssh client not installed correctly for more details http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/bash-scp-command-not-found-920513/

Categories : Misc

' ': command not found
It seems that you have Windows style line endings ( ) - you need to change them to unix style ( ). If you have dos2unix installed you could use it. You could also do it using sed or awk.

Categories : Shell

mode2 command not found
Your PATH is not finding the mode2 executable. Standard install procedure on RPi includes: apt-get install lirc Setup LIRQ has information that could be helpful if it still needs troubleshooting.

Categories : Linux

Command not found after installing pry
rbenv caches current Ruby executables as so-called shims. You have to run $ rbenv rehash after installing a new executable in order to refresh the shims.

Categories : Ruby

Error q : Command not found on Vim
man su says: `-c COMMAND' `--command=COMMAND' Pass COMMAND, a single command line to run, to the shell with a `-c' option instead of starting an interactive shell. Try su root -c "vim $1 -c ':%s/^M//g' -c 'wq'"

Categories : Linux

ipython: command not found on OSX
Create .pydistutils.cfg in your $HOME following contents [global] verbose=1 [install] install-scripts=$HOME/bin [easy_install] install-scripts=$HOME/bin Run pip install -U --user --force ipython Have a look at https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues/426

Categories : Osx

the following command was not found netsh
You're currently passing the full pathname in the arguments, when I suspect you want to pass it as the filename. For example: FileName = Path.Combine(Environment.SystemDirectory, "netsh.exe"), Arguments = "wlan start hostednetwork" For example, this short but complete program doesn't throw any exceptions - I don't know whether it does what you want, but it doesn't fail with the exception you described: using System; using System.Diagnostics; using System.IO; class Test { static void Main() { ProcessStartInfo procInfo = new ProcessStartInfo { WorkingDirectory = Path.GetPathRoot(Environment.SystemDirectory), FileName = Path.Combine(Environment.SystemDirectory, "netsh.exe"), Arguments = "wlan start hostednetwork",

Categories : C#

Scons in Mongodb
To address this error make sure that you have a version of OpenSSL installed that defines FIPS_mode_set. Some versions of 0.9.8 for example don't. Upgrading to 1.0.1 should address. If you are already on 1.0.1 make sure that correct OpenSSL headers and libraries are being used by scons. You can set explicitly by adding the include and lib paths as a command line arguments, as follows: scons --ssl --cpppath /usr/local/openssl/1.0.1e/include --libpath /usr/local/openssl/1.0.1e/lib all Where the paths provided are the actual paths of your OpenSSL include and libraries.

Categories : Mongodb

How to uninstall scons?
The library itself should be in /usr/local/lib/scons. Executables (scripts) in /usr/local/bin/{scons,sconsign,scons-time,scons.bat}. Scripts may be with version number, e.g. scons-2.3.0. Finaly docs in /usr/local/man/man1. Also look for egg file with: $ find / -name "scons*.egg-info" Hope that helps.

Categories : Python

Bash Function -> Command not found
You need to invoke the function by saying: system_info $(...) is used for command substitution.

Categories : Bash

MongoDB: mongorestore: command not found
It seems you PATH is not set for the mongodb Goto the directory where you "bin" directory is in the bin directory you will find the mongorestore command. In the same terminal where your dump directory is, type export PATH = $PATH:"the complete path to your bin directory for Mongo" after doing this execute > mongorestore dump and it should run. see this https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1012390?start=0&tstart=0

Categories : Mongodb

zf.php: command not found ubuntu 12 Zendframework
Place yourself in the root of the project On Linux run command find -name zf.php just to find the location of the file under your project. If you find it - mine was under vendor/bin, run the following command: php vendor/bin/zf.php create module Test This command will create the Test Module.

Categories : PHP

MySQL Command not Found [MAMP]
MAMP docs (http://documentation.mamp.info/en/mamp/how-tos/using-mysql-command-line) says it should be here: /Applications/MAMP/Library/bin/mysql --host=localhost -uroot -proot

Categories : Mysql

HomeBrew -bash: $: command not found
It looks like you copied a line from a website or other source. Generally, terminal commands are prefixed by a sample terminal prompt in documentation. For example, if you're instructed to run the ls command, you'll often see it printed as $ ls in documentation. That $ is not part of the command, it merely represents a terminal prompt. So run brew install pyqt without the $.

Categories : Osx

Management command not found without unzipping .egg
I strongly suggest using pip instead of setup.py. It tends to do a much better job of installing packages as well as managing them. Once you have your virtual environment in place, it would be: $ . env/bin/activate $ pip install [APP_NAME] This installs a non-zipped version of the app in the virtual environment. If the app is a zip from somewhere, you can still use pip $ pip install http://[URL_TO_ZIP]

Categories : Django

Spring Roo - Command 'service' not found
I had the same problem. The only thing I could find is this: If you would like to use a services layer, since release 1.2.0 Roo offers automatic service layer integration for your application. Please refer to the service layer section in the application layering chapter for further details. I just built my application without running that command. That is the problem with most of the tutorials I am finding, they are out of date.

Categories : Java

node-inspector command not found
Here is the key to your problem: /usr/local/share/npm/bin/node-inspector -> /usr/local/share/npm/lib/node_modules/node-inspector/bin/inspector.js Make sure that /usr/local/share/npm/bin is in your PATH environment variable. Alternatively, you can run node-inspector using the full path $ /usr/local/share/npm/bin/node-inspector

Categories : Misc

"spwd: command not found" when using screen on OS X
Since Lion, Command Line Tool isn't in a fresh install. You have two options: Download Xcode from the Mac App Store. Start Xcode, go to Preferences. In the General panel, you have Downloads and another one named Components. Finally click on Download button next to Command Line Tool You can download the command line tools for Lion and Mountain Lion and other tools here: Command Line Tool (Developer account is needed)

Categories : Osx

Python setup : command not found
According to your comment, virtualenvwrapper.sh is not in /usr/local/bin. You should pass correct path to source command. source /path/to/..../Scripts/virtualenvwrapper.sh

Categories : Python

OSX bundler install command not found
try to run gem env and then you will get something like this: RubyGems Environment: - RUBYGEMS VERSION: 1.8.23 - RUBY VERSION: 1.9.3 (2013-06-27 patchlevel 448) [x86_64-darwin12.5.0] - INSTALLATION DIRECTORY: /usr/local/Cellar/ruby193/1.9.3-p448/lib/ruby/gems/1.9.1 - RUBY EXECUTABLE: /usr/local/Cellar/ruby193/1.9.3-p448/bin/ruby **- EXECUTABLE DIRECTORY: /usr/local/Cellar/ruby193/1.9.3-p448/bin** - RUBYGEMS PLATFORMS: - ruby - x86_64-darwin-12 - GEM PATHS: - /usr/local/Cellar/ruby193/1.9.3-p448/lib/ruby/gems/1.9.1 - /Users/madhava/.gem/ruby/1.9.1 - GEM CONFIGURATION: - :update_sources => true - :verbose => true - :benchmark => false - :backtrace => false - :bulk_threshold => 1000 - REMOTE SOURCES: - http:

Categories : Ruby On Rails

BEGIN: command not found in Perl
Clearly it is interpreted as bash script. If shebang line is exactly as you pasted it, then it must be something wrong with perl binary. Don't you try to run it invalid way e.g. with "bash test.pl", or "source test.pl" from shell? Anyway the code is syntactically correct. dtpwmbp:~ pwadas$ cat test.pl #!/usr/bin/perl BEGIN { our $lib_path="/prod/home01/appl/psoft/epmapp/batch/lib"; push @INC, $lib_path; print $lib_path . " "; } dtpwmbp:~ pwadas$ bash test.pl test.pl: line 3: BEGIN: command not found test.pl: line 4: our: command not found test.pl: line 5: push: command not found test.pl: line 6: syntax error near unexpected token `}' test.pl: line 6: `}' dtpwmbp:~ pwadas$ ./test.pl /prod/home01/appl/psoft/epmapp/batch/lib dtpwmbp:~ pwadas$

Categories : Perl

make: install: Command not found
There is no problem with the makefile. Check if you have install utility $~ install --help If you dont have then you can get it from GNU coreutils. If you have install somewhere then export its path in PATH variable export PATH=$PATH:/path/to/install-utility

Categories : GIT

ant rpm task - command not found on %prep
Well, the sign $' ' (Carriage Return) has no line-ending meaning in Linux. So yuo better leave it out; it will mess up your scripts. Probably you (or someone else) edited this .spec file with a Windows editor. Look at the %prep section and try to fix the erroneous line endings with your favourite editor.

Categories : Linux

Command not found in Bash's IF-ELSE condition when using [! -d "$DIR"]
Add space between [ and !. And before ] as well. #!/bin/bash DIR="test_dir/"; if [ ! -d "$DIR" ]; then # If it doesn't create it mkdir $DIR fi It's also a good idea to quote your variable: mkdir "$DIR"

Categories : Linux

propel-gen: command not found (phing)
You have actually installed phing and not propel. To install propel issue the following commands: pear channel-discover pear.propelorm.org pear install -a propel/propel_generator pear install -a propel/propel_runtime Further note that you have to pass the -a option to pear list to see packages from all channels: pear list -a

Categories : PHP

Mac OS X Lion - mysql: command not found
In the past I've had problems installing the mysql2 gem, so I wrote a little shell script to make my life easier: #!/bin/sh -x env ARCHFLAGS="-arch x86_64" gem install mysql -- --with-mysql-config=/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql_config Try updating that with the path to your mysql_config: /usr/local/Cellar/mysql/5.5.28/bin/mysql_config and change mysql to mysql2.

Categories : Mysql

pkg-config: PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG: command not found
When that script calls autogen.sh, aclocal is failing to find pkg.m4, an M4 macro package that comes with pkg-config and provides the PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG macro. Where is pkg-config installed, and what directories is aclocal searching?

Categories : Osx

BASH script, !=: command not found
That's not the way to compare it. if $OUTP != average: Should be if [[ $OUTP != average: ]] Some line seemed odd as well OUTP= uptime | awk '{print $10}' | cut -f1 -d, I think should be OUTP=$(uptime | awk '{print $10}' | cut -f1 -d,) And then $OUTP >> $Oad.lst if you want to send the value of the variable to the file, it should be then echo "$OUTP" >> "$Oad.lst" Overall I would suggest a format like this: #!/bin/bash Oad=$(date +%Y_%m_%d.%H.%M.%S) for i in {1..120}; do OUTP=$(uptime | awk '{print $10}' | cut -f1 -d,) echo "$OUTP" if [[ $OUTP != average: ]]; then echo "$OUTP" >> "$Oad.lst" sleep 60 fi done awk '{if(min==""){min=max=$1}; if($1>max) {max=$1}; if($1<min) {min=$1}; total+=$1; count+=1} END {print to

Categories : Bash

SCons, multithreading, management
You can use SideEffect. def MyFunc(env, param): run_ret = env.Command(... external command using param ...) # ensure that no unit tests are run in parallel env.SideEffect('#/GLOABL_LOCK', run_ret) Then AddMethod MyFunc to your environment. The SideEffect ensures that the different calls to the Command won't be simultaneous.

Categories : Python

MVVM -- Button Click Command(Could not be found)
If you just typed in the sample, you are missing the definition for Command, which is included in their Apex project, Apex.MVVM namespace. It implements the ICommand interface. Options: Download the full source Download the Apex binaries and add a reference Skip ahead and do How Does it Work - The Command Class, which shows the code for Command

Categories : C#

How to solve `neo4j: command not found` error
You can start the neo4j server with: service neo4j-service start But, if you are able to access localhost:7474, then the server has already been started. You can check the status with: service neo4j-service status Or if you want to stop it: service neo4j-service stop

Categories : Linux

detecting command not found in bash script
UPDATED Try [ -x "$executable" ] && echo "Command '$executable' not found" >&2 && exit 1 This will write an error to stderr and exit with 1 exit code. If You have just the name of the utility You can check its path with type build-in. Example: type type type ls type xls Output: type is a shell builtin ls is /usr/bin/ls ./test.sh: line 13: type: xls: not found Test returns 1 if utility not found. So if the $executable can be anything (a bash build-in, alias, binary, ...), then this could be used: type -p ls>/dev/null && ls -l type -p xls>/dev/null && xls --some_arg This will run ls (any executable), but not xls. Anyway if in the script the execfail option is not set (shopt) then the script will exit after stating the bash: some_u

Categories : Linux

Vagrant built VM is not working. mrt: command not found
Something is wrong right there. After you run vagrant up find the line Forwarding ports.... It should show port 22 and port 3000. I recommend you re-doing from the beginning in another folder. If you want to record it and post to youtube it would be easier to see what's happnening too. Use Screen-O-Matic for easy recording and sharing.

Categories : Meteor

command not found when do "yiic rresque start"
you will need to navigate to your protected folder /var/www/yoursite/protected and then you have to type php yiic rresque start it should work perfectly.

Categories : PHP

Unable to run lessc on Ubuntu 13.04. Not even a "command not found"
I've encountered this in the past and solved it by adding a symlink to a directory on my path: sudo ln -s /usr/lib/node_modules/less/bin/lessc /usr/local/bin/lessc I see you've worked around your issue, but someone else may find this information useful.

Categories : Node Js



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