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Re: Cant't find curses.h



El Domingo, 2 de Septiembre de 2007 18:46, Ric Moore escribió:
> On Sun, 2007-09-02 at 08:46 +0200, Manuel Arostegui Ramirez wrote:
> > El Domingo, 2 de Septiembre de 2007 01:15, Ric Moore escribió:
> > > On Fri, 2007-08-31 at 20:52 -0500, mcforum bellsouth net wrote:
> > > > The section on building ones own kernel seems to no longer be in the
> > > > install documentation or otherwise in the wiki and my memory is
> > > > missing details.  Google dredged up a copy of the older document. 
> > > > I've installed all the pieces I could find but none of the usual ways
> > > > of modifying .config will work.  Make menuconfig is missing curses.h.
> > > >  Other parts are missing from make xconfig.  yum whatprovides has
> > > > nothing to do.  I really want to build the kernel module to read my
> > > > hpfs partitions.  I suppose I could ignore the warnings and just edit
> > > > .config.  Is there a new method that I haven't found the  button box
> > > > for or What?
> > >
> > > Which distro are you using? Your package manager "should" drag in all
> > > of the necessary pieces, you would think.
> >
> > Welcome to yum!
>
> Ha! I thought I was in my batch of Linux-Users mail list. Funny that
> curses.h is installed on my machine installed from a fresh FC7 install.
> Owell! Glad to see you're still keeping 'em inline 'round thses parts
> Manuel! Have you given any more talks lately that can be dnloaded??
> Good stuff! Ric
>

I never ever should showed you that talk in english, you're always laughing at 
me! I would love to see you giving a talk in spanish! HA! Got you! I did my 
best, trust me, mate!

Anyways, I gave some talks during the summer but in spanish, and so far not 
available to download! I'll keep you informed!

And regarding to the curses.h issue, it is strange, I got ncurses and 
ncurses-devel, too, no need to install it by hand!Mistery

All the best,
Manuel
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