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Old 01-04-2006, 06:45 PM   #1
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help with installing gcc


to my knowledge, it is possible to have your system set up to accept the command "gcc program.cpp -o program.exe" and this command will compile c++ source.

this is all i want, and for god sakes i can't manage to accomplish it.

i installed (i think) gcc.. here's what i have lol.. (yes i'm total noob)

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[root@localhost ~]# cd /
[root@localhost /]# cd /usr/src/redhat/SOURCES
[root@localhost SOURCES]# ls
gcc-4.0.2-20051126               gcc4-ppc32-hwint32.patch
gcc-4.0.2-20051126.tar.bz2       gcc4-ppc32-msecure-plt.patch
gcc4-gnuc-rh-release.patch       gcc4-ppc64-m32-m64-multilib-only.patch
gcc4-ia64-libunwind.patch        gcc4-stack-protector.patch
gcc4-ia64-stack-protector.patch  gcc4-weakref.patch
gcc4-ice-hack.patch              libgcc_post_upgrade.c
gcc4-java-nomulti.patch
[root@localhost SOURCES]# cd gcc-4.0.2-20051126
[root@localhost gcc-4.0.2-20051126]# ls
ABOUT-NLS           COPYING      libgfortran   maintainer-scripts
boehm-gc            COPYING.LIB  libiberty     Makefile.def
ChangeLog           depcomp      libjava       Makefile.in
ChangeLog.tree-ssa  fastjar      libmudflap    Makefile.tpl
compile             fixincludes  libobjc       missing
config              gcc          libstdc++-v3  mkdep
config.guess        include      libtool.m4    mkinstalldirs
config-ml.in        INSTALL      ltcf-c.sh     move-if-change
config.rpath        install-sh   ltcf-cxx.sh   README
config.sub          intl         ltcf-gcj.sh   README.SCO
configure           libada       ltconfig      symlink-tree
configure.in        libcpp       ltmain.sh     ylwrap
contrib             libffi       MAINTAINERS   zlib
[root@localhost gcc-4.0.2-20051126]# man gcc
No manual entry for gcc
[root@localhost gcc-4.0.2-20051126]# whereis gcc
gcc: /usr/libexec/gcc
[root@localhost gcc-4.0.2-20051126]# cd /
[root@localhost /]# cd /usr/libexec/gcc
[root@localhost gcc]# ls
i386-redhat-linux
[root@localhost gcc]# ls -a
.  ..  i386-redhat-linux
[root@localhost gcc]# cd i386-redhat-linux
[root@localhost i386-redhat-linux]# ls
4.0.2
[root@localhost i386-redhat-linux]# cd4.0.2
bash: cd4.0.2: command not found
[root@localhost i386-redhat-linux]# cd 4.0.2
[root@localhost 4.0.2]# ls
cc1
[root@localhost 4.0.2]# ls -a
.  ..  cc1
[root@localhost 4.0.2]# cc2
bash: cc2: command not found
[root@localhost 4.0.2]# ./cc1
lol... what is going on right now?
 
Old 01-04-2006, 07:54 PM   #2
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you are trying to compile a windows exe on ur linux box?
 
Old 01-04-2006, 08:18 PM   #3
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It looks like you installed a source RPM for gcc, which is why you see things in /usr/src. You need a binary RPM to install, since you need gcc to compile gcc (chicken and egg). You should be able to find one on your install media.
 
Old 01-04-2006, 11:39 PM   #4
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what you are seeing are some of gcc's freinds and family
compile something using the -v switch and you see it all
as example i type
gcc -v -o dsp_info dsp_info.c
first thing it does is this
/usr/lib/gcc/i686-pc-linux-gnu/3.4.1/cc1 -quiet -v dsp_info.c -quiet -dumpbase dsp_info.c -mtune=pentiumpro -auxbase dsp_info -version -o /tmp/cc4pXJBa.s

compilers are complicaed things
i think cc1 might be whats called a stub program ?
it's doing some of the work of converting the code into whats understood by the assembler or something
 
  


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