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I'm trying to run the file bounce.c as Mr. Malan introduces in a clip. However, I have this error:

jharvard@appliance (~): make bounce
clang -ggdb3 -O0 -std=c99 -Wall -Werror    bounce.c  -lcs50 -lm -o bounce
bounce.c:3:10: fatal error: 'spl/gevents.h' file not found
#include <spl/gevents.h>
         ^
1 error generated.

I've updated my CS50 appliance to 19-2, restarted it, but none of them works.

If you could help me, I'd really appreciate.

  • Thank you, guys. I really really appreciate your quick answers. I've solved this problem by downloading the new Appliance for 2015 (with the name Appliance 2014), here: manual.cs50.net/appliance/2014/ I'll leave the question here, in case someone else is confused between the versions like I was. – Viet Nguyen Mar 26 '15 at 15:31
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Appliance version 19 is last year's version. This year's version is 2014-29. You cannot upgrade from last year's appliance to this year's appliance so you will need to download the newest version and use that one.

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  • Thank you. I've just downloaded and installed the new VMware and appliance. That fixes the gevents.h error. I was confused because the version for this year (2015) is named Appliance 2014. That's why I thought it's the same version as Appliance version 19. However, I'm having trouble with gwindow.h file not found. That's another question. – Viet Nguyen Mar 26 '15 at 15:09
  • The course at Harvard is offered in the fall term only. Thus, the edX material in Spring 2015 is the Fall 2014 material. Appliance v19 is from Fall 2013. – KernelRutgers Mar 26 '15 at 17:52
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on appliance 19, you can fix that by opening up a terminal window and executing

$ cd
$ wget http://cdn.cs50.net/2013/fall/lectures/5/m/src5m.zip
$ unzip src5m.zip
$ sudo mkdir /usr/include/spl
$ sudo cp -r src5m/spl/include/* /usr/include/spl
$ sudo cp src5m/spl/lib/libcs.a /usr/lib

(if asked for a password, it's crimson)

then you need to provide the -lm and -lcs options as you compile your programs that use the SPL. You can do that in many ways, probably the easiest of which is to copy the following text into a file, and replace <program> and <source code file> with the name of your output and the name of your source code file respectively, then save the file with the name Makefile into same directory as your program

<program>: <source code file> Makefile
    clang -ggdb3 -O0 -std=c99 -Wall -Werror -Wno-unused-variable -o <program> <source code file> -lcs -lm

clean:
    rm -f *.o core <program>

Hint: replace the 4 spaces before clang and rm with tabs

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  • I never tested the answer above. Please let me know how it goes! – Kareem Mar 26 '15 at 12:03
  • Thank you. I really appreciate that. – Viet Nguyen Mar 26 '15 at 15:07

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