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On Wednesday 03 November 2004 02.44, Koichi Harada wrote:
> Hi, Tolias:
> My name is Koichi Harada, JA4MCI. I came to know your
> software, svxlink on the internet, and trying to install
> in my linux OS. By following the insturuction, I could
> manage to install libasync, echolib, qtel and other
> required staffs. Now, I am trying to compile svxlink
> A problem prevent me going forward. When I try to "make"
> found a message sigc++/signal_system.h cannot be located.
> In my system, sigc++-1.2 is installed. By following the
> instruction, I downloaded sigc++-1.0.4 and installed it.
> The header files are in /usr/local/include/sigc++1.0. I
> put symbolic link to /usr/include, no success.
> May I have some tip to go forward. Thank you for your
> time. Happy skiing.
The solution to your problem is to put the path to the sigc-config utility for
sigc 1.0.4 first in your search path. This utility is used to determine where
to locate the include files and libs. After you have changed the PATH
variable so that the correct sigc-config is run, test your setup by running:
If it prints the search paths to the correct version of SigC, you'll have a
better chance of getting svxlink compiled.
By the way, what Linux distribution/version are you using ?
Good luck and welcome to the SvxLink community!
73 de SM0SVX / Tobias
> Koichi Harada
> Hiroshima Japan