Ghoddousi-Fard, Reza wrote:
> How can I find that I have X11 in my LINUX?
If you don't know you do, you have it. But that's not your problem.
The problem is that you built your own gnuplot, but failed to install
enough of the other packages first so the build of gnuplot could work
well. In particular, you're missing the "development" part of the X11
> Could you please explain how can I installing the binary RPM?
This is not the place to get problems with basic use of a Linux
distribution solved. Frankly, if you can't manage to install RPM's off
your CDs, building your own gnuplot is beyond your skills.
> When I eg. try
> set term tgif
> plot sin(x)
> i get lines like this:
Of course you do, for two reasons:
1) There's one 't' too many in those commands you tried, which rather
directly prevents it from generating GIF files.
2) You went back to try-and-error immediately after reading 'help set
term', but didn't bother to read 'help set output', too, as you had been
But the real problem is probably elsewhere: just as you don't have X11
development installed, you almost certainly don't have any GIF-writing
development packages installed either.