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Re: Re: Linux tracking software for Linux
- Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Re: Linux tracking software for Linux
- From: Jonathan NAYLOR <Jonathan.Naylor@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 06 Dec 2001 09:30:53 +0100
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You are quite right, most UNIX versions bundle at least the basic X11 libraries, and
speaking of mtrack, you only then need the GTK/GDK libraries. All being well and
a following wind, it should compile and run.
As an experiment, I built mtrack on Windows NT using the excellent Cygwin environment
and a WIN32 port of GTK/GDK, it compiled and ran.
Now that I am getting back into satellites, it is possible/probable that mtrack will be
enhanced as I find more things that I need it to do.
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