Re: where are include files?
you can try looking:
dpkg -S stdio.h
Antanas Masevicius Kaunas University of Technology
Studentu 48a-101 Computer Center
LT-3028 Kaunas LITNET NOC UNIX Systems Administrator
Lithuania E-mail: email@example.com
On Wed, 15 Aug 2001, Rick Pasotto wrote:
> I know this may be a stupid question but where are the standard include
> files? I've done an apt-get of gcc. I *used* to be able to compile
> things. But I can't even compile 'hello world' now. It can't find
> stdio.h. I can't compile a kernel because 'make menuconfig' doesn't work.
> What have I screwed up? I've got mostly potato with some testing.
> And why do the political parties aspire to take over the direction
> of education? Because they know the saying of Leibnitz: "Make me
> the master of Education by governmental power, and I will
> undertake to change the world". Education by governmental power,
> then, is education by a political party, by a sect momentarily
> triumphant; it is education on behalf of one idea, of one system,
> to the exclusion of all others.
> -- Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850)
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