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C-Kermit error

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I am installing C-Kermit version 5a edit 190 on my Caldera OpenLinux system.  The program is located in /usr/local/bin/kermit5a.  When I compile the program using 'make linuxtcp', I get this error message:

   ckuusx.c:1889:curses.h:No such file or directory

The ckuusx.c file is on my system where all the other kermit files are located, but could not find curses.h.  Is there a way to get around this error or if not, where could I find the curses.h file?
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you should have
  /usr/include/curses.h, /usr/include/curses/curses.h
if not your installation is incomplete.

Probably you're missing cc's -I option or -nostdinc is given.
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