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Compiling with shadow support

Posted on 1997-06-16
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Where do i have to put the header files of the shadow package if i want to get rid of this compiler error:
-lshadow: file not found .

Thx
Jan
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It is not a question of header files, but the library. You must put
the according library (libshadow.so.* or libshadow.a) into your
lib-path (/lib, /usr/lib, /usr/loca/lib) and run ldconfig. Then it
should be found by the linker.
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Wow, that was fast :)

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