Thread: no such file sys/shm.h

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    no such file sys/shm.h

    So i looked this up and cant really find an answer probably cuz most ppl dont deal with this but im using cygwin and im compiling with
    #include <sys/shm.h>
    but it cant find the file so i obviously check with cygwin usr/include/sys/ and its in there so im not sure how to make the system find the files thats already there?

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    Classically, this means that you've installed MinGW or another CygWIN and they are conflicted.

    Otherwise, check your environment to see everywhere GCC is looking for the header.


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