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soltanihaji 07-20-2008 09:42 AM

I can't find gnome.h in my /usr/include
 
hi,
I don't have file gnome.h in /usr/Include and my distibution is suse 10.2
Do I should download it from where or I should make it with a instruction?
if I should downlaod it ,please say me it's address because I didn't find it in Internet.

BestRegards,
Amir SoltaniNezhad

sycamorex 07-20-2008 10:10 AM

You need to install development packages for gnome. Search for libgnome*-devel. There are lots of them. I don't actually know which one includes gnome.h. I read somewhere that libgnomeui-devel is enough, however, it did not work for me.

sycamorex 07-20-2008 10:15 AM

Actually it might be in some other place. On my Centos it's in:
/usr/include/libgnomeui-2.0/gnome.h

It means you'll have to edit the make file to direct it to gnome.h (at least that's what I think you need to do:))

soltanihaji 07-20-2008 10:28 AM

Please mail me gnome.h
 
thank you sycamorex
But I saw it and there isn't it there.
could you mail gnome.h to <soltanihaji@yahoo.com>
because this is very important for me.
Thank you,
very much

sycamorex 07-20-2008 10:42 AM

I really doubt transferring single header files from one system to another will solve your problem. As I said before, try installing libgnomeui-devel or search for all libgnomeui* packages and install them. Then try to find where your gnome.h is:
Quote:

# find / -name gnome.h
1. Find all available libgnomeui* packages (I have never used suse, but yast probably has a nice gui with the option to search available packages)
2. Install it and and try to find it with the 'find' command.

Then post the results.


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