[ntp:questions] Using Trimble TSIP under Linux
martin.burnicki at meinberg.de
Fri Nov 2 12:26:18 UTC 2012
David Taylor wrote:
> On 31/10/2012 10:34, Martin Burnicki wrote:
>> Under Linux, header files are usually provided by separate packages
>> since you don't need them unless you compile your own software.
> [- much useful information snipped-]
>> Since the header file will bypass the package management the file should
>> be copied to /usr/local/include:
>> cp pps-tools/timepps.h /usr/local/include/
> Many thanks for your input, Martin, I have saved this away.
> One extra problem here is that this isn't an Intel PC, but Arm61, so the
> chance of finding a pre-compiled package is a little less.
Yes, I know.
I just wantod to point out what you have to keep in mind if you are
going to build your own full-featured binaries, and how package
management systems take care of this.
Basically this doesn't make a difference for Intel, Arm, or whatever.
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