Dale Scheetz writes:
> I got past the mailx problem by simply placing a "bare" shell script in
> /usr/bin/mailx, and making it executable.
> This got the compilation going, but after an hour or so the build died
> because, in gc.c, the references to gc.h and gc_typed.h were not found.
> Looking at the Contents file for potato, I saw lots of packages that
> provide a copy of gc.h, but only two that provide gc_typed.h: libgc4-dev,
> and openc++. They do _not_ provide these files in /usr/include, but in
> their own subdirectories within /usr/include/.
> At the very least, I can install one of these packages, and, if necessary,
> move the files into /usr/include, but the question remains, which one?
> Or, is there some other solution to this failure?
Please see debian/control. debian/README.build is outdated, but points
into the right direction. Use libgc5-dev.