libiconv should be a part of glibc under CentOS, hence already installed. If not, try gettext-devel
Saturday, April 9, 2011, 12:17:09 PM, you wrote:
|We’re in the process of installing Mbuni on CentOS (5.5 in this case) and from the User Guide we read that in order to install Mbuni we first need to install (besides other things) the “libiconv” package.
Now, from what we discovered (unless we’re missing something) is that CentOS does not have a libiconv package. So our question (as newbies) is whether the iconv functions appear under a different package name in the case of CentOS.
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