04-24-2010, 01:40 AM #1
need help missing header files with gcc
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- Apr 24, 2010
Hi guys, I was wondering if someone can help me understand what is going on.
I have a macbook running tiger 10.5.8 and am using gcc v4.0.1. Right now I am trying to do some programming with raw sockets but when I compile it says some of the header files are not available ie.
"netpacket/packet.h : No such file or directory"
Right now I am trying to get gcc4.4.3 downloaded via "sudo port install gcc 423" any help would be great. thanks
04-24-2010, 09:54 PM #2
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I won't pretent to the know the answer, but I did notice that searching Google shows that you are the first to ask about packet.h. It looks like OS X doesn't have that particular .h file, so it is likely a platform specific thing. Perhaps you want the socket.h file?
Apple seems to have a lot of possibilities. Perhaps some of the Apple docs will lead you to the right answer for your project; "Introduction to CFNetwork Programming Guide", "Setting Up Socket Streams", "OpenPlay and NetSprocket".CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.
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