Re: Linux installation help!

From: Shmoe (
Date: 04/30/96

Actually, you need kernel source, because some of the header files have 
includes for the linux source include directory, think about it :) and 
you might wanna try installing the k set, and see if that corrects your 

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On Tue, 30 Apr 1996, Michael Buselli wrote:

> On Tue, 30 Apr 1996 BUBONIC@CERES.BSUVC.BSU.EDU wrote:
> > I am trying to install CircleMUD 3.0 patchlevel 11 onto my newly installed
> > Linux system.  However, I have run into a few problems.  I can't get the
> > makefile in the /src directory to work.  It seems to be missing some
> > header files that Linux should have already installed.  Have any
> > of you installed Linux and then attempted to install CircleMUD?  I have
> > loaded in disk sets A, AP, D, and N, however, a few header files are
> > missing.  I have heard that disk set Q is also necessary.  Is this true?
> > Also, I have limited hard drive space, and I don't really have enough
> > room to install all of disk set Q.  Do any of you Linux/CircleMUD gurus
> > know which -tgz files have those header files in them?  Or if anything
> > else is needed to be done to install CircleMUD?
>      A, AP, D, and N should be enough to run circle.  Which header files
> in particular were you missing?  Q only has a whole bunch of precompiled
> kernels, which does nothing to help you.  The K set does have some header
> files, but not any that are used by circle.  Please give some more detail
> of your problem, perhaps a transcript of your attempted compile.
> --
> Michael Buselli

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