At 14:20 20/01/00 -0600, R.L. Sheridan wrote:
>WinLinux2000 is a Linux that is started from within Win9x. It shuts down
>Win9x then boots up Linux 2.2.6 with the KDE desktop. Because it is loaded
>on the same partition Wndows is, files are in somewhat different locations.
>>My two problems:
>>1. trying to compile a program that allows you to resume aborted downloads
>- while compiling, MAKE says that it cannot find files I know are there.
Never used it but no matter what the linux, a file existing, doesn't mean
gcc will find it. It only looks in specific directories, you may have to
edit the Makefile and find a line that starts with
to make sure gcc searches in the appropriate place. Unfortunately things
vary from program to program, so maybe you're looking for a line with "INC
= " or "INCDIR = " or if there isn't one like that then you could add it to
"CCFLAGS" if it's there.
And to complicate matters a bit more, this is what to if the files that are
missing are header files (something.h). If they are libraries then you need
to a line that starts with "LIBS = " or LIBDIRS or LDFLAGS. I can't be more
specific without knowing what files and possibly seeing the Makefile,
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