bercikr at georgetown.edu
Tue Nov 28 20:43:41 PST 2000
That did the Trick, thanks alot... I was having a hell of a time trying
to get that one to install and it pretty much was the downfall of my
last LFS install...
scott thomason wrote:
> You can try adding "-I/usr/include/g++" to your CFLAGS. IIRC, I had
> the same problem, and fiddling with the includes didn't fix it.
> Here's what I did instead:
> make distclean
> ./configure --prefix=/usr --libdir=/lib --with-shared
> --disable-termcap --without-ada --without-cxx-binding
> make install
> cd /lib
> ln -fs libncurses.a libcurses.a
> On Tue, 28 Nov 2000 16:57:31 -0500, Rob Bercik said:
>> On my third time around....
>> Hey guys,
>> I'm having trouble with ncurses install, it's looking for header
>> files that are located in /usr/include/g++/ but it's not checking that
>> directory and is saying that it cannot find them. I'm real hesitant to
>> copy the files from /usr/include/g++/ into /usr/include/, although it
>> does seem to fix the problem( I tried it for one file ), I'm afraid it
>> will cause problems later. Is there an environment variable to set, or a
>> configure option?
>> Thanks fellas,
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