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Old August 27, 2020, 03:04   #2
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From posts elsewhere, it looks like you'll need to get the libc6-dev package (and its dependencies if they aren't already installed) and install it on Linux Mint to have stdio.h installed. Given that stdio.h isn't installed, it's likely that files necessary to compile Sil-q with X11 and curses are likely not there as well, but it's probably best to sort this problem out first before worrying about that.
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