'sloccount' is an excellent program to count the physical source lines of code (SLOC).
Available via 'sudo apt-get install sloccount' in all Debian based distros :)
Thanks to krish (mukt.in) who gave me a hint on playing dos games inside a GNU/Linux box. Now am able to play Dangerous Dave in my Debian Etch box with the help of 'dosbox'.
I ve played this game in my 6th standard in the school computer labs. This was the first game which attracted me, and still today am very fond of this game. Some of the other games I would love to play are Prince of Persia, Pacman. But I don't want to use 'Doze' for playing these games. 'dosbox' is the best alternative, to play these games I guess.
See a screenshot in the attachment.
sudo apt-get install build-essential devscripts fakeroot; sudo apt-get build-dep subversion; mkdir /tmp/foo; cd /tmp/foo; apt-get source subversion; cd subversion-*/; DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nostrip,debug debuild -uc -b
checking for library containing RSA_new... not found configure: error: could not find library containing RSA_newIn order to overcome this install the following:
$ sudo apt-get install libssl-devThe above will install all the development headers of ssl and we can use "--with-ssl" in the configure script to build neon. Some of the packages needed to build neon in Debian etch are:
$ sudo apt-get install build-essential libxml2-dev libssl-dev zlib1g-dev
$ sudo apt-get install patchutils"lsdiff" is a command to see which files are modified by a patch.
I found out that ntfs-3g package is not present in Debian Etch repository and is available in the testing repository. So I decided to come up with a deb file for ntfs-3g so that we can install it in Debian Etch.
Steps to install:
1) Download the above .deb (debian package) files.
2) Run the following command (as root) in the directory where you downloaded the .deb files:
# dpkg -i ntfs-3g_1.710-1_i386.deb libntfs-3g5_1.710-1_i386.deb