Re: what do you mean you can't find stdio.h!!!
Jeff Weatherford <email@example.com> wrote:
>Ok, maybe I'm a looser, but I thought that the standard c libraries were
>part of the libc package. In any case, I'm trying to compile some code
>using gcc, and sure enough..."can't find file stdio.h" At fist I think
>maybe it's not in my path.
$PATH isn't checked for include files, just various directories compiled
into gcc (like /usr/include) and whatever you specify with -I.
>I checked, and it should have been. Then as root:
>box:~# find / -name stdio.h
>box:~# find / -name iostream.h
>no hits for EITHER! if the standard c and c++ headers are not in libc,
>then where the heck are they?
libc6-dev - that is, the corresponding development package (which is
recommended by the gcc package).
By the way, try http://packages.debian.org/ for this sort of question.
Colin Watson [firstname.lastname@example.org]