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Well i have installed this gcc-C++ package through yast in my SLES10. Now how to get the compiler working. I cant see any compiler over the list which i can start and start programming.
How to achieve this ?
ok ill do that. i am using Sles10.. Yeah i know to install packages using Yast when its with in dvd or cd but now i have got this zipped tar.gz file so i am not pretty sure how to get that running.
But ill try to find out, As in Yast there is a option of software management but it shows the packages that are with in th OS dvd or cd...
To do this, click on the My LQ link above and then Edit the profile. This will make your distro, Sles10, appear
on the left, just below your username and makes it easier for other people to help you.
A .tar.gz probably requires compilation from source. Try downloading the pre-assembled package from http://www.kdevelop.org/index.html?f...=download.html. Make sure to choose the package that's tailored for your SuSe version. The package should be installable via your package manager (ie Yast).
Well i installed the rpm package as you mentioned. But now when i start the install using Yast i got the following error :-
Installing kdevelop3-3.4.0-42.1.i586[Local packages]
There are no installable providers of libcvsservice.so.0 for kdevelop3-3.4.0-42.1.i586[Local packages]
cvs-1.12.12-19.2.i586[SUSE-Linux-Enterprise-Server-i386-10-0-20070118-080612] needed by kdevelop3-3.4.0-42.1.i586[Local packages]
ctags-2006.3.7-9.2.i586[SUSE-Linux-Enterprise-Server-i386-10-0-20070118-080612] needed by kdevelop3-3.4.0-42.1.i586[Local packages]
qt3-devel-tools-3.3.5-58.6.i586[SUSE-Linux-Enterprise-Server-i386-10-0-20070118-080612] needed by kdevelop3-3.4.0-42.1.i586[Local packages]
kdelibs3-devel-doc-3.5.1-49.10.noarch[SUSE-Linux-Enterprise-Server-i386-10-0-20070118-080612] needed by kdevelop3-3.4.0-42.1.i586[Local packages]
So do i have to install this provider or what ? Please let me knw and also the link to download if i have to do that.