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Re: Where is stdio.h?
>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
I looked at the Makefile in Linux (the Windows box is off now) and there is no
mention of stdio. It's a diving make created by autoconf/automake using
Kdevelop. I can send it to you if you'd like.
Can you tell me what steps I need to take to get this working? Or should I get
the CD? Is it any easier?
>> 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
popt is the parse options library. It handles --foo=bar and such.
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