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i tried to install KIso 0.7. I did the ./configure so as to configure the program to compile it after that, and it gets stucked. It says that it doesn't know where the x include files (x library files) are. It says i can specify where they are. My question is where are they???? i have mandrake 10.1
This is what the program said
checking for _NSGetEnviron... no
checking for vsnprintf... yes
checking for snprintf... yes
checking for X... configure: error: Can't find X includes. Please check your installation and add the correct paths!
where do i get that package????? i looked for it with the mandrake center control and it's not there. I don't have it installed either (at least it doesn't seem so)
Is it on my mandrake CDs or do i have to downlaod it?
I looked for it in tpmdrake with different names and i could'nt find it. There are some xorg files but no the dev stuff.
Anyhow, in case i have it installed, where does mandrake installs it so as to see if i have it?????
otherwise, where can i download it?