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Re: Can't install "make"

From: mdimitrio
Subject: Re: Can't install "make"
Date: Wed, 04 Jul 2001 13:10:39 -0300
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Paul D. Smith wrote:

%% Marcos <address@hidden> writes:

  m> I'm not being able to install make. When I run ./configure as specified in
  m> INSTALL, I get:

  m> checking for gcc... no
  m> checking for cc... no
  m> configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH

  m> What's wrong? Please help me.

Looks like you don't have a compiler installed on your system.

I think you should install one; I've personally found it to be
invaluable when you're trying to compile program.


In this case what should I do? I'm using a RedHat 7.0 compatible Linux version (Winlinux), and I'm not very experienced with Linux yet.

I tried to install gcc, but it asks for make, and tried to install make, but it asks for gcc. I'm clueless.

Thanks for your help,

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