freefoote at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 07:12:29 WST 2007
> Neither path exists in Ubuntu Gutsy, and I can't find 'lX11'.
> What is the significance of the '-L' at the start of the XLIBS path and
> the '-' preceding the 'lX11'? How should this line read in Gutsy?
> And in the case of XINCLUDEDIR, would '/usr/include/X11' be the correct
Since Xorg 7, Debian (and Ubuntu) have tried to remove all the X11R6
'cruft' from the filesystem... thus, all X header files and libs are
in completely different locations.
> XLIBS = -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lX11
> XINCLUDEDIR = /usr/X11R6/include
For the include directory, try '/usr/include/X11/' (as you suggested)
For the libs directory, try '/usr/lib'
See how you go...
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