I am running CentOS 6.3 64bit. I am installing Apache subversion 1.7.7 from source. I have installed expat and expat-devel and neon-devel using yum. However in Apache subversion 1.7.x when doing th... [by dittoct]
The 90 Neon, 97 Neon, and 101 Neon tablets have been announced by Archos and boy do they look awful on paper. The 90 Neon sports a 9-inch 800×480 screen, the 97 Neon will have a 9.7-inch screen with a 1024×768 resolution, and finally the 101 Neon will have a 10.1-inch screen with an odd resolution of 1024×600.
Project Neon provides daily builds of KDE modules for Kubuntu. It is an easy way to get the latest code without having to build the entire KDE-SVN tree and maintain the checkout. The Project Neon team has developed another product—Project Neon KVM Image. Users can download an image and deploy it anywhere, using KVM virtualization technology.
The snippet of information that you posted looks like the output from a `yum install unixODBC64-devel` command or something similar that pulled in that package. The bit of the output that you poste... [by TrevorH]
I have apache version 2.4.6 installed in my RHEL 5 linux server. I would now like to install httpd-devel. But I'm unable to find this package anywhere. I was able to get the httpd-devel package for apache version 2.2 and for other distributions, but not for redhat.
It would be awesome if someone could help me locate the rpm/tar package of httpd-devel for RHEL 5.
I am currently writing a simple Android program using C++ with the help of JNI and OpenCV.
The input is a image stored as a Mat.
Instead of using OpenCV's normalize function, I wish to write my own normalize function in C++.
From what I know, there is support for NEON.
However, looking at HelloNeon sample in the NDK folder, I realised that the code is written in NEON instrinsics.