configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables
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First of all, check where you are trying to compile the program. Do you have execution rights in that partition. A globally writable partition may be mounted with the "noexec" option, which is a good thing.
If you saved the tarball in your home directory then the answer is yes.
Second, check the output of: gcc -v
look for "libexecdir=" and see if it matches.
The tarball was extracted to my home dir so yes I have write permissions. The output of gcc -v is as follows, there is no mention of "libexecdir="? I take it this should be set? How do you set this if it needs to be? I removed and reinstalled gcc via yum but it made no difference.
Have you ben able to successfully compile a package before? Is this the currect gcc version for your distro? The package should have been build with the --libexedir= value already, unless your value would be the default and so building gcc with this "./configure" option would be redundant. Check the location of the "cc1" program using the rpm from your install disk. rpm -q --filesbypkg <full/path/name/to/the/gcc/rpm/use/auto/completion/gcc-<version>.rpm> | grep cc1 or examine the package in kpackage.
I'm sorry, on my system, this file is provided by the cpp package.
Hello every one..
I am trying to configure libetpan but I am getting the same problem.. configure error: C compiler cannot create executables.. pls help me..
I m using Fedora 16 .. gcc an g++ both installed in /usr/local/ccache..
it is not solved by doing apt-get install build=essential.. Showing no such commands apt-get
please help me..
Thanks in advance..
Last edited by yashdesai7; 02-22-2012 at 07:06 AM.
I came to know about apt after I posted.. do I need to install libetpan as a Root.. ??
I need to install it as a Local user..
I am able to configure libetpan but I am unable to Install it.. Is there any problem with dependencies??