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Re: Where is stdio.h?
- To: Pierre Abbat <phma at oltronics dot net>
- Subject: Re: Where is stdio.h?
- From: Jeff Sturm <jsturm at sigma6 dot com>
- Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2000 22:48:13 -0400 (EDT)
- cc: cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
On Sat, 15 Apr 2000, Pierre Abbat wrote:
> I downloaded full.exe last Thursday and just installed it and am trying to
> compile a program which works fine in Linux. First I got "make: can't find
> /bin/sh", so I made a symbolic link /bin to where the bin files are.
Many (most?) Cygwin users create a mount point for /bin and similar
directories. Your symbolic link will work too, though it may not be as
efficient as a mount point, since the mount table is always accessible in
> Now I get
> "make: No rule to make target '/usr/include/stdio.h', needed by 's19.o'.
> Stop." I found an include directory, but there is no stdio in it. Where is it,
> or do I copy it from the Linux box?
There is a stdio.h all right (a simple file search will turn it up), but
not in the conventional location of /usr/include (just as sh isn't found
in the conventional place either).
The gcc compiler doesn't need /usr/include, it knows where to find its
include files, but you seem to have an atypical Makefile that looks for
Again, you should be able to work around this with a suitable symbolic
link or mount point.
> The program also uses popt. Do I have to install that from source, or is it
No idea. Never heard of popt. Building from source is certainly an
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