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Old 07-02-2005, 12:09 PM   #1
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libc development package


I've just installed suse 9.3 (update), but my internet no longer works. So I downloaded the newest nvidia network drivers and wanted to install them.
But i get the following errors:

no compiled kernel interface, blabla will make one (i think that's no problem)

but then i get the error:

it seems like the libc header files aren't installed on your system. Plz install the libc development package of your distribution.

So what do I have to download, how do I have to install it?
I can download it on this pc and copy it to the pc with linux. But i can't go online on the linux pc. So give me a solution I can use.


Old 07-02-2005, 02:40 PM   #2
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You're looking for a package called glibc-devel. Have a look on or on your installation CDs.


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