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> Compile Says Its Missing Crap, Its Not, syslinks never executed at setup?
jdklusman
post Mar 4 2004, 12:45 AM
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I have a growing problem with my new install, and the one before that. I downloaded Demarc network monitor and started to compile it it says its missing perl, i have perl i know i do. so i download perl and try to compile that, it says im missing lib files, i know i have those. It seems that syslinks never linked the files during setup, so when i run ./configure it doesn't locate, even tho i have them, the files its looking for. Does anybody know of a good site or guide that helps relink a broken file system or what ever you would call my problem blink.gif
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Robert83
post Mar 4 2004, 02:26 AM
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Hi,

You should download apt-get the rpm file for you're distro, http://apt.freshrpms.net/

From console :

apt-get update
apt-get dist-upgrade



And to download a aplication :

type in console

apt-get install [aplication name here] [for example apt-get install xine]


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