umairubuntu at gmail.com
Fri Sep 29 14:04:51 UTC 2006
I have successfully install the build-essential & linux headers in KUBUNTU
by the following command
First >> "sudo apt-cdrom add"
it will prompt to insert cd
Insert UBUNTU cd inwhich these packages are present
Second >> "sudo aptitude update"
Third >> "aptitude install build-essential"
For installing linux headers
"aptitude install linux-headers-386"
On 9/29/06, Steve Flynn <anothermindbomb at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 29/09/06, umair ubuntu <umairubuntu at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi steve
> > i have tried to search build-essential and linux-header -ARCHin KUBUNTU
> > packet manager (as how i install them in Ubuntu) but i m unable to find
> > them.
> Hmm - I'd assume that they would be found in Kubuntu Package Manager
> (I don't use KDE and I don't have access to my machine at the moment
> to try it out) in the same repository as the Gnome Ubuntu finds them.
> > Actually while installing modem when i type "make clean" command it
> > command cant find
> Yup - the error you is telling you it can't find the "make" command as
> it's in the build-essentials packages which it seems you cant locate
> in the repository, and don't have it installed.
> > i m wondering whether it is due to absence of build essential &linux
> > or something else.
> You're correct in the first instance.
> > remember the same command works in UBUNTU
> Which concerns me - the programs in the build-essential package are
> required whether you're using Gnome, KDE, Fluxbox, fvwm or any of the
> other window managers (or like my laptop where it's console only with
> no window manager at all). It shouldn't matter which window manager or
> package manager you're using.
> What does an 'sudo apt get build-essentials' tell you?
> Despair - It's always darkest just before it goes pitch black...
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