ctooley at amoa.org
Mon Oct 15 10:15:06 GMT 2001
If you have the ability to log in as root, one way to check this is:
Login (or su) as root, do an "rpm -q gcc" to see if gcc is installed.
If so type, "which cc" at the prompt. Then log in as the user you are
trying to compile as and type "which" cc. If cc doesn't come up in the
list, make sure the directory containing cc when you were logged in as
root is in your PATH.
On Mon, 2001-10-15 at 10:41, samba-admin at lists.samba.org wrote:
> Hi I'm a Linux Newbie(lot of us these days)
> Downloaded the new version of Samba 2.2.2 and I am trying to create the
> binaries for Mandrake 8.1 the files are located in the /root home directory
> when I run ./configure I get this
> checking for gcc.. no
> checking for cc.. no
> Error no acceptable cc found in $path
> I cannot seem to locate these files in Mandrake but it does have cpp
> installed which is supposed to be a C compiler.
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