Missing headerfiles (NBY)

Earnie Boyd earnie_boyd@hotmail.com
Wed Jan 28 05:14:00 GMT 1998

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>From: "Andre Beurskens" <andrecb@powerstar.nl>
>To: gnu-win32@cygnus.com
>Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 00:08:20 +0100
>Subject: Missing headerfiles
>Hello all,
>Newbie alert - so be gentle :)
>Anyway, I was trying to compile an inet app meant for unix machines 
>using gnu-cygnus win32 and mingw32, but i found that it missed two 
>headerfiles (the distro):
> netinet/ip_udp.h
> netinet/protocols.h
>I've got more includes with netinet, but those header files are all 
>there. What happened to these two?
>My setup is probably not the problem, since all other stuff compiles 
>nicely.  Is this Linux specific (the headerfiles)? 
>Andre Beurskens <andrecb@powerstar.nl>
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