Re: C compiler cannot create executables no good google answers
Tom Furie <email@example.com> writes:
> On Fri, Jul 01, 2011 at 06:55:22AM -0500, Harry Putnam wrote:
>> I got past that now... apparently finally got whatever it was
>> installed. But now ./configure complains about X libraries:
>> error: You seem to be running X, but no X development libraries
>> were found. You should install the relevant development files for
> Have you installed xorg-dev?
Egad, I started to install that but got distracted somehow and now on
checking I see I never did... thanks.
lee <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> You're welcome :) It might be nice to try out the most recent version of
> emacs ... I needed to install libgif-dev for configure to
> finish. Now it's compiling ... and seems to have finished without
> errors :) Yes, and I can run it just fine. It seems to have trouble
> finding some packages required from my ~/.emacs. That's probably
> because I didn't install it before trying.
> What I have installed is lesstif2 and libgtk2.0-dev. You can try
> installing libgtk2.0-dev or libgtk-3-dev or libmotiv-dev.
I needed a few others too, like libncurses-dev. And a few more.
But now I kind of see how to find the needed stuff.
Still though, I hit a little snap at the end of compile I haven't
figured out yet:
[...] snipped all but last of `./configure'
cd /usr/local/src/bzr/emacs/trunk && autoheader
/bin/sh: autoheader: not found
make: *** [/usr/local/src/bzr/emacs/trunk/src/stamp-h.in] Error 127
config.status: executing gdbinit commands
aptitude knows nothing about `autoheader' or even
aptitude search header|grep auto