RE: Squid on SCO - how to install?

From: Mike <>
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 12:40:32 +1000

OK, this is what I've done.

I thought I'd install the SCO development kit which includes the SCO
compiler and make, etc etc.

I installed it although it's not licenced so I can't actually run a SCO
compile or make. In other words I copied all the files but when I try to
run cc it fails with a Warning: unlicenced message.

I then ran ./configure and the compile took place. From the list of
messages I would say it looks OK. If anyone doubts this I will do it
again and provide the log to you.

Now I need to run make. Unfortunately, the SCO make is unlicenced so it
doesn't run either. I can't find make in the gcc files. Does this mean
I'm totally stuck now or is there a make somewhere I can use?



> ----------
> From: Daniel Kiracofe[]
> Sent: Friday, March 20, 1998 5:33 AM
> To: Mike
> Subject: RE: Squid on SCO - how to install?
> > The problem now is, why is gcc not finding the header files like
> > stdio.h.
> >
> > Well, I did a search for stdio.h and found it in, wait for it...
> >
> > /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/486-sco3.2v5.0/include/oldstyle/
> >
> > Why? What do I do now?
> Well, by default, the c compiler will only look for includes in
> certain
> well know locations, like /usr/include, /usr/local/include, etc. You
> have
> two options:
> 1. Move all the .h files from the above directory to /usr/include
> 2. Tell gcc to look in the above directory. I'd recommend this
> method.
> In the file src/ you should see a line reading:
> INCLUDE = -I. -I../include -I$(srcdir)/../include
> add to it:
> -I/usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/486-sco3.2v5.0/include/oldstyle/
> Then run configure again. That should remake the Makefiles to
> include
> this change...
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