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  1. Vineet Shivhare1 March 2017 at 15:38

    how can i add boost lib in cmake

  2. On Ubuntu 13.10 when sudo apt-get install boost-dev-all it goes through the motions and looks like it installs but then a message stating a MANUAL install is required to finish.

    I see the include files but no libraries? How did you actuall REALLY install boost?

    8 )

  3. Sir Can you make a Tutorial on how to create a Reminder application using c#. with or without Calender control. Plzz I need it for my project. Thank You

  4. Thank you very much. I was getting error like undefined reference and I spent two days with no effect. Now it finally work.

  5. +Oleg Vazhnev Yeah, I wondered the same thing. This video is a bit of a trainwreck, actually. I'm not even sure why it worked--other than that there's maybe a bin/ directory in the boost directory--and the libs were in there. He didn't check and I haven't either.

  6. why adding "/usr/include" to library search path? no mistake? includes normally contains ".h" files, not ".a" or ".so". on my machine boost libraries are in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu folder )


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