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From: Konrad Zak <konrad at uni dot wroc dot pl>
Subject: Re: SybPerl building on Linux problem
Date: Mar 29 2000 1:38AM
Michael Peppler wrote:
> Konrad Zak writes:
> > In file included from CTlib.xs:20:
> > /usr/lib/perl5/5.00503/i386-linux/CORE/perl.h:307: sys/types.h: No such
> > file or directory
> This is looks like a system install problem, where you haven't got any
> of the system header (.h) files loaded on the system. Check out your
> /usr/include directory.
of course you right, thanks for idea
> If it's not *full* of .h files (+ a couple of
> directories) you need to install these files. I don't know which
> package/rpm/whatever has these files, though.
I found it this way:
[wingman/03:21am/1209]# for i in RPMS/* ;do if (rpm -qlp $i |grep
'/usr/include/time.h') then echo $i;fi;done
and it appeared, that glibc-devel-2.1.2-9mdk.i586.rpm needs
I installed necessary rpms and built SybPerl without problems anymore.
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