Mail Archives: djgpp/1997/10/28/11:32:21

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Date: Tue, 28 Oct 1997 08:27:02 -0800 (PST)
From: BoarK <boark AT rocketmail DOT com>
Subject: Re: Help!!! Newbie
To: Chris DOT Cummings AT delorie DOT com
Cc: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
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---Chris DOT Cummings AT delorie DOT com wrote:
> In article <199710261934 DOT LAA07495 AT adit DOT ap DOT net>, Nate says...
> >
> >At 01:27  10/26/1997 +0900, chris cummings wrote:
> >>I am new (very) to this.  I am beginning my first course in C
programming by
> >>distance education.  Djgpp was 
> >>recommended to me by a friend. I used the zip-picker to select which
> >>programs to download.  However, 
> >>when I tried to use Rhide to run the "Hello, world!" program, I
got a
> >>"directory or file does not exist". Hope 
> >>someone can help me out with this. 
> >It's likely that you're missing some important package. If you know
> >zips you downloaded, please say what they are. If you don't, send a
> >of the `manifest' subdirectory of your DJGPP directory. Btw, I
think such
> >error messages are usually accompanied by the name of the file
which it
> >can't find. If so, please mention it.
> >
> >Nate Eldredge
> >eldredge AT ap DOT net
> >
> >
> >
> The zips that I downloaded include:
> v2/
> v2/
> v2apps/
> v2gnu/
> v2gnu/
> v2gnu/
> v2gnu/
> v2misc/
> I also downloaded source files, but if I understand correctly, these
are not
> necessary to running the program.
> Also, the Rhide didn't specify which file it couldn't find
> Thanks very much for your advice.
> Chris Cummings
> cwcndb AT nuri DOT net

It may also be some help to you if you check to see if the include,
lib, src etc.. directories are setup properly within Rhide.
boark AT rocketmail DOT com
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