From: Niall Brady (bradyn at domain maths.tcd.ie)
Date: Thu 19 Sep 2002 - 11:29:03 IST
On Thu, 19 Sep 2002 11:01:37 BST, Daniel Stuart Kelly said:
>OK I have my system set up and sort of working, thats Day 1 taken care of.
All of the errors you are getting are saying that it can't find a
compiler by default, which could mean
1) your PATH variable is messed up
2) there's none installed
To check #1, you could try the following command as root
find / -name cc -or -name gcc
If something turns up there, you may just have a borked path. Try doing
"echo $PATH" in that case, to see if the directory where the compiler
turns up is actually in the PATH.
For #2, you'd have to get a binary package for your system (.deb,
.rpm, .tgz or whatever).
Whatever distribution of Linux you are running, there are fast
mirrors for most distros at ftp://ftp.esat.net/mirrors/
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