"Install" error ?
Fri, 17 Sep 1999 15:48:22 -0700
On Thu, 16 Sep 1999 16:07:15 PDT, Frank Chu wrote:
> Could you help ? I tried to install ns on Debian
>GNU/Linux 2.2.10 #1 SMP and found the follow error
>message (message piece 2). It seems it can find the
>X_include path but actually not I guess because I
>found message piece 1 prior to message piece 2 below.
Your piece 1 is from tcl.
Unfortunately, otcl doesn't seem as good at finding X as otcl.
To work-around the problem you'll have to build ns piece-by-piece and
explicitly tell it where X is.
(Why oh why does Debian install X in /lusr?
RedHat and *BSD put it in /usr/X11R6/*...,
where ns will automatically find it.)
>-- Message piece 1:
>cc -c -O -I. -I./../generic -I./../bitmaps
>-- Message piece 2:
>checking for getnodebyname in -ldnet_stub... no
>checking for tcl.h... -I../tclbox/include
>checking for libtcl8.0... -L../tclbox/lib -ltcl8.0
>checking for init.tcl... ../tclbox/lib/tcl8.0
>checking for tclsh8.0.4... no
>checking for tclsh8.0... /lusr/bin/tclsh8.0
>checking for tk.h... -I../tkbox/include
>checking for libtk8.0... -L../tkbox/lib -ltk8.0
>checking for tk.tcl... ../tkbox/lib/tk8.0
>checking for X11 header files
>can't find X includes
>otcl-1.0a4 configuration failed! Exiting ...
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