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Trying to install Seismic Handler program(SH-5.0a-SHM-2.4e) on an x86_64 machine running Suse 10.1.
The program is a seismic analysis tool. The version I'm trying to install is SH-5.0a_SHM_2.4e, which includes a command line driven SH-5.0a version and a motif version SHM_2.4e. Prerequisites are the gcc compiler and the openmotif libraries including development package, all of which I've already installed.
Have already solved problem "cannot find -lX11" with help from this forum. Next error encountered was:
cannot find include file "Xm/Xm.h" & cannot find include file "Mrm/MrmPublic.h"
-which showed up when I ran make...
It was then suggested that I could get above header files by downloading the lesstif package(lesstif-0.95.0) , which I did. So I put these files in the appropriate directory /usr/include and reran make...
This only works when the 'L' is a capital....what's the difference between the lower and uppercase l's in this context...and what have dies it actually mean to do what I've just done because I've really stumbled across this solution