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Old 09-06-2007, 01:06 PM   #1
keanu
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Redhat Ent.-4 , libgtop installing problem


i am currently working on an assignment where i have to extract some system details like memory, cpu usage etc. i selected libgtop for the purpose. i tried installing libgtop-2.0.8 with --prefix=/usr and also with default settings. but when i am trying to compile the first.c file (provided as example in libgtop-2.0.8) i get some errors of "cannot find header file". when i checked out /usr/include i found all header files in a sub-folder 'libgtop-2.0'. i manually copied some header files to /usr/include in order to get rid of the errors and now i am getting errors "undefined references to 'functions'"!!!

i am eager for a reply.... thank you!!!
 
  


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