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Old 03-26-2004, 06:27 AM   #1
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missing file vector.h, do I need to upgrade glib++ ????

Hi all

Trying to compile nmap 3.50, but get errors aboiut a missing header file, vector.h.

A fair amount of googling throws no light (to me at least) on the solution, but it looks like vector.h is (or should be) part of one of the standard c/c++ libraries.

I have a glib++ (I think) although I am not sure of the version, and unfortunately I am at work right now, but the distro is an old mandrake release, (7.1 Air)

(find / -name 'vector.h' -print shows no match for the file on my system, so it is most defintely not there)

I am begining to wonder if I either need to reinstall the C libraries, or uprade to a newer version, can anyone advise me before I mess up my system in a vain attempt to cram the latest whizz bang libstdc++ (or whatever) onto it, and possibly stuff it up in the process ????

Kind regards


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