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From: j&ryoung AT aracnet DOT com (Jason Young)
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Subject: Re: Newbie question regarding header files and environment for gcc
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Eli Zaretskii <eliz AT is DOT elta DOT co DOT il> wrote:

>
>
>On Sun, 12 Mar 2000, Jason Young wrote:
>
>> I'm having some trouble getting my djgpp environment set up properly.
>> I'm on a Windows '95 machine running gcc in a DOS window. I had a
>> number of problems related to gcc locating header files, so I deleted
>> everything and took the actions that follow. My djgpp folder is
>> d:\dev\djgpp.
>    ^^^^^
>This is your problem, right there: DJGPP cannot be installed in a X:\DEV 
>directory for any drive X:.  This is explained in both README.1ST and the 
>FAQ (the FAQ mentions it twice: in section 1 and in section 22.21).
>
>To solve the problem, simply rename d:\dev to something else, like 
>d:\develop.  Since you have already moved files from their original 
>places, I suggest to remove the DJGPP installation and install everything 
>from the beginning.


Thank you all. I'm off and rolling.

--
Jason

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