Re: compiling circle

From: Jeremy Elson (
Date: 03/08/96

Your problem is that you have not installed the kernel sources which include
the ANSI C header files.  You will get the same errors if you try to compile
any program.  You must install the kernel sources.  This should be in the
FAQ, I get this question at least once a day.

> I have just recently tried to compile Circle v. 3.0bpl9 under Linux and have 
> been unsuccessful numerous times.  When I attempt to "make", it exists on 
> an "Error [2]" after not being able to find various include header files 
> in linux/ and asm/.  I have only limited hard drive space, so I have only 
> installed the A, D, and N disks of Linux thusfar.  I was under the 
> impression that this would be all I needed to compile Circle. (or so I 
> had heard from several experience imps)  Now, it found all the other 
> header files, except those located in those two directories.  Do I 
> perhaps have to install other disks of Linux that I've neglected?  I 
> would appreciate it if someone more experienced than I could perhaps 
> answer this question.  Thanks.
> -Brian Elliott <

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