[Comm-en] Compiling from source - X headers
richard at rusrating.ru
Thu May 27 10:41:30 MSD 2004
Tried to find this package using Synaptic, XFree86-devel is not listed
as a package.
Tried apt-cache search XFree86-devel*
and found several packages, but not one named XFree86-devel
Those I found, eg. XFree86-lib, are already installed.
So once again:
Where can I find the X header files?
If the answer is XFree86-devel, how do I get XFree86-devel?
On Втр, 2004-05-25 at 14:24, Michael Shigorin wrote:
> On Tue, May 25, 2004 at 02:15:46PM +0400, Richard Hainsworth wrote:
> > I have Compact distro
> > I want to use software available in source form (cgoban-1.9.12.tar.gz)
> > After downloading gcc using aptget, dearchiving and using the configure
> > macro, I get the following:
> > checking for X... no
> > *** Sorry, configure cannot find your X includes and libraries.
> > *** Compiling cannot continue until this is fixed
> > *** If you know where X11 is installed, try
> > *** ./configure --x-includes=<DIR> --x-libraries=<DIR>
> > I tried ./configure --x-includes=/usr/X11R6/include
> > --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib
> > The configure worked, but make failed as it required X11 headers
> > Xlib.h, Xutil.h, keysym.h
> > So where do I find these headers?
> In XFree86-devel package.
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