Re: Installation Problems under Solaris

Hi All,

I've found the answer! (the crowd goes wild), moving '/usr/ccs/bin' to the front of my 
path statement appears to have solved the problem, I'm assuming the problem is caused by 
the compilation using the wrong linker tools in that case???

Anyway, Thanks to all that helped.



|Date: Tue, 3 Oct 2000 17:09:47 +0200
|From: Drazen Kacar <dave srce hr>
|To: Haydn Haines - Sun UK - Partner Support - Intern <Haydn Haines uk sun com>
|Cc: Valdis Kletnieks vt edu, dave srce hr, gtk-list gnome org
|Subject: Re: Installation Problems under Solaris
|X-Attribution: Dave
|Haydn Haines - Sun UK - Partner Support - Intern wrote:
|> hmmm... /usr/local/include is in the compile line... but not /usr/include.... I will 
|> that!
|No. -I/usr/include must not be there. It is implicitely added by the compiler,
|but in case of gcc it should be added after some other include directories.
|The compiler does that. If you add -I/usr/include by hand, you'll
|break things.
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