I'm trying to compile a graphics program- pgplot, on my Vaxstation 3100 M76. Hobbyist VaxVMS 7.3, Dec C, DEC C++, Fortran compilers from Hobbyist distro. When I installed the OS it was from an attached VT320 to the console/printer port. I have no cables/monitor yet to run the display. I also installed DWMotif.
The code is a mixture of Fortran and C programs and wants to use X windows.
The compile gets through the Fortran portion, it uses an DECW include file: DECW$XLIBDEF.FOR, which it finds.
However, the C compiler can't find <X11/Xos.h> and halts. I assume it won't find any of the other <X11..> includes either. The compile.com file that is compiling the code has this line in it, $ DEFINE/NOLOG X11 DECW$INCLUDE.
What product installs the X11 headers? What am I missing?
malmberg December 12 2017 HPE only makes the most current version of OpenVMS Alpha / IA64 /VAX available to hobbyists. When I had access to the Alliance 1 program it was the same. No public downloads are allowed by HPE.
nmbonao December 08 2017 Is anybody knows OpenVMS 8.2 version downloadable version? or CD copy? Thank you very much
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malmberg September 10 2017 https://sourceforge.net/p /vms-ports/wiki/VMSInstal lation/ For the most part just use VMS 6.1 media instead of 7.3. But why run the older release?
DoeveR August 07 2017 Where can I find the write up on running VMS 6.1 using the simh emulator?
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