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After make you need to type "make install" to install anything you're trying to install from source. I don't see anything that looks like an error except maybe the last line saying "-Wmissing" but I don't think that's an error, so it looks like it compiled all right to me. However I'm getting some weird fonts on my side of things that I can't read that may be something I'm missing (nothing to do with you).
You may be making things harder for yourself. You don't have anything saying what distro you use, but most have some kind of package manager that you can use to install things. You should be able to install gcc with your package manager. Since that's a compiler I figure you're trying to install something else and it's asking for gcc. Whatever that other thing is might be able to be installed with a package manager as well. I'd recommend installing with the package manager whenever possible. Other than just being quicker to install, they can usually include any missing dependencies. It's also easier to update or remove packages, and if you later use a package manager and it's looking for something that you installed by compiling can sometimes cause errors.