nawcom at nawcom.no-ip.com
Fri Aug 19 01:57:31 GMT 2005
Now im your basic programmer, so the only thing i can relate fd_set to
are the file descriptors (bit array i think) which are declared in the
select function. select is used for basic input/output channel control.
So by saying that -
1) perhaps the file that is being built is missing the sys header file,
sys/types.h (if im wrong somebody correct me). I have ended up fixing
#include and #define typos in programs due to an unsuccessful build
which seems to be common, so maybe this may be your case also.
2) there might be something wrong with the header file itself, like
fd_set not being declared.
oh well - like i said -im your basic c/kernel coder, but this is what i
would check out if i was thrown into your shoes.
perhaps there might be something wrong with glibc?
Jonathan Herriott wrote:
>I'm getting an error while trying to install GLUT. I've narrowed down that
>the fd_set structure is not declared. The only problem is that I don't know
>what package/library it might belong to (It's not part of GLUT). I've found
>no information on it. Could someone point me in the right direction?
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