From: Philip Reynolds (phil at domain redbrick.dcu.ie)
Date: Thu 19 Sep 2002 - 11:50:04 IST
Daniel Stuart Kelly's [dstuartkelly at domain online.ie] 33 lines of wisdom included:
> Morning all...
> OK I have my system set up and sort of working, thats Day 1 taken care of.
> Day 2 now cinsists of setting up rdesktop. http://www.rdesktop.org. When
> I go to install it It gives me an error saying
> >make: cc: Command not found
> >make: *** [rdesktop.o] Error 127
> So I go look up this in their newsgrop history. One other similar
> occurance that I can find is someone getting
> >make: gcc: Command not found
> The solution to this was to install GCC. So I go and try this only to
> get the error
> >Created "Makefile" in */gcc-3.2 using "mt-frag"
> >./configure: cc: command not found
> >*** The command 'cc -o conftest -g
> I've run a locate cc |grep cc$ and that didnt give back anything
> helpful. So what I need to know is WTF do I do to get this shaggin thing
> up and running..
It shouldn't be trying to run cc if it's not there. Chances are, if
there's a ``configure'' script, it should detect your proper
If there is a ``configure'' script in the directory, try the
$ rm config.status
$ ./configure [--flags here]
this should reset your Makefile(s) to use gcc instead of defaulting
to cc, which is probably what it's doing.
-- Philip Reynolds RFC Networks tel: 01 8832063 www.rfc-networks.ie fax: 01 8832041
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