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ok... can someone please tell me how to install gcc, i'm like 100% new to linux and i'm still stuck with basic commands.. like can someone print out a instruction for my distro so i can install gcc as a compiler and get on with my life?
i dont think its possbile to install gcc then. how can you compile somehting from source if you dont have a source compiler? id asssume youd use cnr, or apt or rpms to install it, but i dont know about this case. i think paypal lets you make a paypal credit card, if youre willing to pay for cnr, then thats the way to go. if not, id suggest getting another distro.
AWWW MAN!!! LINSPIRE really got me fired up when it was released in 4.5, then i downloaded the iso from linspire.com then errors start taking apart my trust in linspire.. now linspire is a thing that reuiqres cnr technology.... now what u call that, a free will? aww man... thx 4 helping....
i've used azeurs b4.. its good.. but still.. bt rite now doesnt have some files that i need.. i've tried searching through the most pop. sites of bt... but nothing returned.. but on the other hand.. amule gave me the results that i want. owell... there goes my "free of MS" plan for the year... now its over so quick within a week.. lol..