[Sunhelp] Solaris header files
sjf8 at cornell.edu
Fri Nov 19 15:48:15 CST 1999
I have an Ultra-1 170, 64mb ram, with NO internal Floppy or CD-rom drive.
My problem is this. When I bought the computer, the seller put a fresh MINIMAL
install of Solaris-7 on the machine...which means that the "/usr/include"
directory is virtually empty of all the header files required by MANY c
programs. (At least to compile them).
I have access to a solaris 2.6 copy of a full install "/usr/include" directory,
but the machine is sun4m architecture (a sparc5), and beyond that, the libraries
may have some subtle differences from the solaris-7 versions.
Does anyone know if it will be OK if I just straight out copy the files from one
machine to the other, or (even better) of a place that has a public copy of the
/usr/include directory for sol-7, that I could copy?
More information about the SunHELP