--- Eduardo Cerejo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> My gcc is only looking in /usr/lib and /usr/include
> for libraries and hearders and I added the paths
> /usr/local/lib/ and /usr/local/include to my .cshrc
> set path = (/sbin /bin /usr/sbin /usr/bin /usr/games
> /usr/local/sbin /usr/local/bin /usr/local/lib
> /usr/local/include $HOME/bin)
PATH in the environment is where your shell searches
for programs to run from the command line, system(),
etc. This allows you to type, say, `sh` instead of
having to type out `/bin/sh` or risking having
`/home/somekiddie/sh` run instead when you type it.
> but I still have to use gcc with -I and -L switch
> for a program to compile or else it will fail.
> I'm using tcsh.
There are two ways to set up alternate places to find
libraries. The first is ldconfig, and you can see
ports run this when you install a port containing
shared libraries for example. The other is to use the
LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to set alternate
paths at run-time.
The 'ldconfig(1)' man page has more info for you.
Take care, mdh
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