I want to install
libbitcoin-system from the source and
./configure leaves with
... checking for boostlib >= 1.62.0... yes configure: boost_CPPFLAGS : -I/usr/include configure: boost_ISYS_CPPFLAGS : -isystem/usr/include configure: boost_LDFLAGS : -L/usr/lib configure: boost_BUILD_CPPFLAGS : -I/usr/include checking whether the Boost::Chrono library is available... yes configure: error: Could not find a version of the library!
It says "A minimal libbitcoin build needs boost and libsecp256k1." So I installed
libsecp256k1 from the source.
Here it says to install
boost is not necessary. That would also correspond to my status message being checked for
boost and answer
So, which library is missing?
sudo apt-cache search libboost there is a lot and then
libboost1.67-all-dev - Boost C++ Libraries development files (ALL) libboost1.67-dev - Boost C++ Libraries development files libboost1.67-doc - Boost.org libraries documentation placeholder libboost1.67-tools-dev - Boost C++ Libraries development tools r-cran-bh - (Virtual) GNU R package to provide BH
So I could install that, but I do not want to mess it up. Do I have to install it anyway?
./configure finds version
I open it
Raspian Buster and I need
libbitcoin-system to compile a code in c ++ that includes the following
bitcoin/bitcoin.hpp That was probably renamed in