apt-get install build-essential
apt-get update just downloads the current package lists
need apt-get upgrade to actually upgrade any packages
I've read 'Networking with
coLinux' manual at Wiki's site and set up networking successfuly using
NAT on WinXP. I've already updated system with 'apt-get update' and
everything seemed to work perfect.
I noticed that there's no gcc compiler. I
used 'apt-get install gcc' to install it.
I can't find header files in include path too
when compiling source:
stdio.h , netdb.h , time.h , netinet/*.h ,
sys/*.h ...etc. Are these headers included in some package? How can I install
them? /usr/local/include is empty.
Maybe I should try different root file system
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2004 12:38 PM
Subject: RE: [coLinux-users] Debian-3.0r0.ext3.1gb [lack of
apt-get install is your friend; check the debian documentation... I
don't know the exact package names. ftp client: the 'simple' one is in a
package inetutils or something like that. You can try ncftp, which should be
just: apt-get install ncftp. irc: don't use it, so you're on your own...
links / lynx: apt-get install links / apt-get install lynx should do your
course you do need to get basic networking to work first. Can you access the
network at all? Does, for instance, 'apt-get update' work?
not, you need to set up networking infrastructure first, using perhaps an http
--Tim van der Leeuw
Where are links (or lynx) web browser, ftp client, irc client
etc.? Do I
need to install networking package or smth else to get
NOTE: I NEED THESE TOOLS ONLY ON coLINUX
CONSOLE, I'M NOT GOING TO INSTALL