Hi All,
when i run ./configure it checks for cc and gcc then says error: no acceptable cc found in $path.

now i understand that cc and gcc are compilers and i belive that gcc should be on the system somewhere, but how do i put it in the $path? i'm persumeing that this is a soft link to gcc, but where do i find the $path?

BTW its a fedora box, so any redhat 8.0/9.0 ideas/locations should work.

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Hi All,
when i run ./configure it checks for cc and gcc then says error: no acceptable cc found in $path.

now i understand that cc and gcc are compilers and i belive that gcc should be on the system somewhere, but how do i put it in the $path? i'm persumeing that this is a soft link to gcc, but where do i find the $path?

You didn't install the developer tools needed to compile. Check Fedoras packages. Download the tools and install. You'll work like a top after that.

BTW its a fedora box

cheers

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Is there:cheesy: such a think as a fedora box............. lol

Is there:cheesy: such a think as a fedora box............. lol

I don't know, but I know such a thinG as a Fedora box exists :)

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