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Do you have a C compiler installed? If you want to build from source, you need a compiler! If you do have a C compiler installed, then check the location of the executable and put it in your PATH environment variable. I think you do this with something like
Check this though, as I'm not certain this is correct. Do you really need to build GCC though?
I have been trying to configure GCC and i have gotten to a part where the terminal is outputting the following and I'm stuck!!!:
creating cache ./config.cache
checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnuoldld
checking target system type... i686-pc-linux-gnuoldld
checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnuoldld
checking for a BSD compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
checking whether ln works... yes
checking whether ln -s works... yes
checking for gcc... no
checking for cc... no
configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH
How do I get CC into the terminal for use... I am using the latest distro of Ubuntu... Do I have CC or where can i get it? how do I add it to the terminal? Thanks!!!
Distribution: Distribution: RHEL 5 with Pieces of this and that.
Kernel 22.214.171.124, KDE 3.5.8 and KDE 4.0 beta, Plu
Looks like you need to install a gcc compiler. Do a search on the drive for gcc. If not there then you need to install one. If there then it may not be in your path. If you know the location then to temporary add to your path use the commmnad .
You need gcc to compile gcc, believe it or not. if you don't have gcc installed, you'll need to get and install a binary package. Since you're using Ubuntu, sudo apt-get install gcc ought to do the trick.