[nflug] compiling packages in kubuntu dapper
peter at thecybersource.com
Thu Feb 1 08:52:42 EST 2007
Jesse Jarzynka wrote:
> Did you "sudo apt-get build-essential" ? -Jesse
>> It sounds like you might need to install some 'devel' packages to get
>> all the appropriate headers. For example stdio.h is part of the
>> glibc-devel package on SuSE.
>> Joe wrote:
>>> I'm using kubuntu dapper.
>>> I'm trying to install some packages from source, but gcc won't do
>>> anything for me.
>>> I also write very simple c programs from time to time.
>>> What do I have to install or configure to get it to cooperate?
>>> Here's what happens:
>>> bigbird at sananda:~/installs/ico2xpm-1.1$ ./configure
>>> creating cache ./config.cache
>>> checking for gcc... gcc
>>> checking whether the C compiler (gcc ) works... no
>>> configure: error: installation or configuration problem: C compiler
>>> cannot create executables.
>>> I can't even find a stdio.h on my system!
>>> gcc 3.4 and 4.0 packages are installed.
>>> Help appreciated.
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>> Darin Perusich
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>> Cognigen Corporation
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>> Email: darinper at cognigencorp.com
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The operand "install" is missing in Jesse's reply. You need the
build-essential package. I would also install and suggested and
recommended packages it tells you as well when you install the
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