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Message-ID: <19971028162702.23052.rocketmail@attach1.rocketmail.com>
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
which
> >zips you downloaded, please say what they are. If you don't, send a
listing
> >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/djdev201.zip
> v2/faz210b.zip
> v2apps/rhide14b.zip
> v2gnu/bnu281b.zip
> v2gnu/gcc2721b.zip
> v2gnu/mak3761b.zip
> v2gnu/txi390b.zip
> v2misc/csdpmi3b.zip
> 
> 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.
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