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From:Gerald Clark Date:April 2 2001 2:33pm
Subject:Re: Termcap not found in install...
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It would be nice to know what you are running.
If Linux, the termcap files should be on your install CD.
Package name and installation methods vary with supplier and version.


Pedro Fonseca wrote:
> 
> Hi everybody...
> I'm pretty much trying to install MySQL by compiling the sources (I like to
> avoid RMPs as much as I can), but I'm getting an error at configure time.
> This is what I do:
> 
> # ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/mysql --with-mysqld-user=mysql
> 
> There is some output and then it stops at the following line:
> 
> checking for termcap functions library... configure: error: No
> curses/termcap library found
> 
> Obviously the termcap functions library is missing in my system, but I've
> got no clue as to what it is, what it does and where to find it...
> 
> Can anyone help?
> Best regards.
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Termcap not found in install...Pedro Fonseca2 Apr
  • Re: Termcap not found in install...Gerald Clark2 Apr