"/usr/include/bsd/bsd.h" not found in redhat linux 5.1

"/usr/include/bsd/bsd.h" not found in redhat linux 5.1

Post by Jerry McCart » Wed, 19 Aug 1998 04:00:00



Hi All,  --  I am a newbie just getting into programming in C and
Linux.  I have downloaded and built source for "tn3270-510-1.src.rpm"
and am attempting to do a make on the libtelnet subdirectory as per
the instructions included in the package.  When I attempt the make I
get an error because the makefile incudes a statement
'INCLUDES="-include /usr/include/bsd/bsd.h -I.. -I/usr/include/bsd" \'
This subdir doesn't exist on my system.  Can anyone tell me how to get
arround this error.  A solution would be great but I am especially
interested in learning more about programming in the C/Linux
environment and would also appreciate some suggestions for books etc.
on the subject.  TIA.

Jerry McCarthy

 
 
 

"/usr/include/bsd/bsd.h" not found in redhat linux 5.1

Post by Chris Wagn » Wed, 19 Aug 1998 04:00:00




Quote:> Hi All,  --  I am a newbie just getting into programming in C and
> Linux.  I have downloaded and built source for "tn3270-510-1.src.rpm"
> and am attempting to do a make on the libtelnet subdirectory as per
> the instructions included in the package.  When I attempt the make I
> get an error because the makefile incudes a statement
> 'INCLUDES="-include /usr/include/bsd/bsd.h -I.. -I/usr/include/bsd" \'

It looks like you can get a bsd.h from the gcc source.

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"/usr/include/bsd/bsd.h" not found in redhat linux 5.1

Post by Kevin Hube » Thu, 20 Aug 1998 04:00:00



Sorry, I thought that said Jenny.

-Kevin