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> Help - Installing Gcc-3.4.3 On Redhat 9, no working compiler
Gersen
post Apr 17 2005, 09:48 AM
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I have a Red Hat 9 box that's primarily used for Linux learning purposes. Right now I'm trying to update a bunch of the modules, and while I'm a decent Linux user, I'm a newbie to a lot of it's configuration.

I have a list of modules I'm trying to bring up to date. The machine doesn't have GCC installed. I have gcc-3.4.3 downloaded and uncompressed. When I try to do a "./configure" I get an error message telling me I have to "set the environment variable CC to a working compiler"...

And until I get GCC on there, I assume I HAVE no working compiler...

Lil help?
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post Apr 17 2005, 10:15 AM
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Use an RPM. Try rpm.pbone.net to find one

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post Apr 17 2005, 10:22 AM
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post Apr 17 2005, 07:30 PM
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I assume you have the OS install CDs. The gcc RPM will be on one of the CDs or you can select to install the development tools from the GUI package management tool.
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