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Old 03-21-2004, 07:47 AM   #1
swaviswa
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Unhappy How to compile a C program in Glade which is included the <pcap.h> header file.


Hi

My name is Viswanadh. I am learning Network programming and i am doin a project using C language. I am also interested to do the GUI programming with the glade.

I learned the Glade,but i am having a problem while compling the code of <pcap.h> header file in Glade.

Normally the <pcap.h> header file included in C program is compiled as

"gcc new.c -lpcap"

this new.c is a c file which is having the code and in that file <pcap.h> is included. so i am compling the code using "-lpcap". if we didn't used this option we will get the error message.

But how to compile the c program which is having the <pcap.h> included while using the Glade software in Linux.

So please help me in combining the C code (with <pcap.h> included) and Glade
 
  


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