Did you read the error message? You need to install gcc, the GNU C compiler. This is usually done using your distro's package manager. Have you already used the package manager to check whether the software you want is available, before trying to build from source? It would help if you told us which distro you're using; "linux 5" in your profile is somewhat meaningless.
Also, for what it's worth, you don't "install" tar files. Tarballs are just archives - files that group a load of files together and they can optionally be compressed. They're like zip files. As such, they do not have to contain source code for software. I'm only making this point because it appears to be a common misconception that tarballs have to contain source code..