C Includes for SGI

C Includes for SGI

Post by Gonzalo Garramu » Fri, 08 Sep 1995 04:00:00



I would like to create a C program on the Silicon Graphics line of
computers.  While the machine I work on does indeed have a C compiler and
linker (cc and ld), I am missing all the standard include files (stdio.h,
string.h, etc).

Where can I get these files?  Are they supposed to be in the SGI's
installation CD Rom?  Do I have to ask SGI for them?  Do I get them
somewhere else in the net?

Any other suggestions for programming in C in Unix?

Gonzalo Garramuno

Carlos Sorin Cine S.R.L
Buenos Aires, Argentina

 
 
 

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to be in each subdirectory instead of having only one at an absolute
location.

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