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I am new to gtk programming, I have written a program for serching available packages. It is working but i am not able to install that package. because when i try to install package it is asking y/n . In this case,i dont know how to pass this option through gtk application.
Posted 08-06-2009 at 06:49 PM byevdv Updated 08-06-2009 at 06:51 PM byevdv
Originally Posted by pljvaldez
Can you post your /etc/apt/sources.list file?
But generally you'll do something like gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list and then edit the list how you want. You'll want to put a "#" symbol in front of the old lines that don't support PPC to comment them out.
Take a peak at RKH's SF CVS stats and you will see that activity picked up again. Currently the RKH 1.3.5(-dev) Changelog (rev1.119) lists 16 bugfixes, 13 new items, 14 changes and counting.
It was a bit sad to notice some of the existing signatures were incomplete though. And while everyone knows breaches of security "the old school rootkit way" have dropped to nil, RKH aims to be complete. So I'll be replaying rootkit installs again and working on improving rootkit checks...
It appears that some of the code you are trying to compile is C++ code in files with .c extensions.
That explains why you had a problem with bool which is built into C++ but can't be used in C without having a typedef for it. It also explains why you have a failure with extern "C" which is valid C++ code but meaningless in C.
That CODE=CPP thing sounds like it is intended to deal with that (tell the compiler to ignore the .c extension and process C++ code).