Subject: Re: /usr/include in current?
To: noud de brouwer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Curt Sampson <email@example.com>
Date: 10/25/1997 14:50:13
On Sat, 25 Oct 1997, noud de brouwer wrote:
> compiling netatalk on 1.3alfa gave some errors in > /usr/include/tcpd.h so i went to ftp.netbsd.org
> to find it in current/src but i can't find it..
> i see only usr.bin and usr.sbin..
> is it placed in a diff. dir??
> (i'm not acustomed to the current tree on ftp.netbsd.org)
It's in src/lib/libwrap/tcpd.h.
When building a new source tree, you generally need to do a `make
includes' from the to level source directory (/usr/src) to install
all of the includes from the source tree. Include files specific
to particular programs or packages, especially if they're externally
maintained, are kept in the directory for that program.
Curt Sampson firstname.lastname@example.org Info at http://www.portal.ca/
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