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i'm working on solaris 10 and I need the package which contains the main c header files such as string.h, stdlib.h, math.h etc. Is it available on the Solaris CD? ...
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    c++ header files


    i'm working on solaris 10 and I need the package which contains the main c header files
    such as string.h, stdlib.h, math.h etc.

    Is it available on the Solaris CD?

    thanks

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    Check this either with find or check your /usr/include directory.
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    Assuming you installed the compiler suite, then you have them. Look in /usr/include. Are you running OpenSolaris, or regular Solaris x86?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    Assuming you installed the compiler suite, then you have them. Look in /usr/include. Are you running OpenSolaris, or regular Solaris x86?
    i checked in /usr/include and i can see the files stdlib.h, string.h etc but when i run the configure script which checks for these headers it complains that headers cannot be found.

    btw i'm trying to install xml starlet and i'm running the configure script given.

    i m running the regular solaris 10 x86 update 8

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