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hp10.20 xmkmf comp.

Posted on 1997-04-14
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I need to compile xmkmf on my k210 running hp10.20.

It wont!

Is there a cookbook for making this happen?

I dont have an /opt/imake on my systems. This does not, of
course, mean that your answer is bad: my systems may simply
not have everything loaded. After I get an opportunity to
check my install cd's I will get back with you. Im hopeful
this is all there really is to it. Then I can complie xxgdb!

Ill let you know.

Thanks for the response in any case.
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Check you have installed all of the appropriate software. xmkmf is a standard part of the X software. It'll be installed in /opt/imake/bin

There is therefore no need to compile it yourself...

It is on the standard applications disk from HP, and I'm pretty sure it also comes with the softbench compiler suite.
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Yep. Checked on another admin's system: hes got it.

THX.
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