From: David Sinfield <DS<infield@pa...> - 2002-03-01 15:33:57
I'm trying to compile htdig for solaris and am hitting an error just after
the configure script checks for fstream.h.
libstdc++ is definitely installed:
# find / -name libstd*
I have set the LD_RUN_PATH to point to the /usr/lib
is there something else I need to do?
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From: Jim Cole <greyleaf@yg...> - 2002-03-01 20:55:07
David Sinfield's bits of Fri, 1 Mar 2002 translated to:
>I'm trying to compile htdig for solaris and am hitting an error just after
>the configure script checks for fstream.h.
>libstdc++ is definitely installed:
># find / -name libstd*
The configure error is actually due to a failure to locate
fstream.h rather than a failure to locate libstdc++.
I would start by verifying that the fstream.h header file is
in fact installed on the system.