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Are there any form to use Xol libraries ?

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I need to compile a C program which have a graphical interfaz that use Xol libraries of Sun OS.
 This libraries are not share.

 Know anybody how can I find a library that can compile this program?
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Xol? As in OpenLook? OpenLook libraries are actually called XView, and yes you can get them for free. Look into your local sunsite for details (say ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/linux/X11/libraries or something)
The latest ones are XView3.2. But if you have any decent distribution like Slackware or RedHat you will have them. Just look for XView-libraries and XView-development.

Regards,

Pele
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