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/usr/include files not found
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Jan 31, 2002, 05:01 PM

I'm compiling some source from a FreeBSD installation and I've found that I don't have the file "search.h" which is usually found in /usr/include. While I think that it's a SystemV type file it's been on most machines (including FreeBSD). I have installed the developer's package. Is there more that I should do? The GNU GCC page points me back to apple as far as I can tell. Have I installed the developer's package incorrectly?

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Feb 1, 2002, 08:18 AM
You can't really install it incorrectly...

Try the OSX forums. This is for OS9 and below.
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