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A week ago when i type the command "make" everything went well. I had problems inserting this module with insmod. I decided to change the makefile and compile it again. But now i'm getting error message "gcc command cannot be found ". I updated redhat before I got this error message. I check to to see if the gcc version is the same as in the makefile, which was not the case. I change the line "CC:= gcc-3.0 to gcc-3.2.2" but i'm still getting the same error message. Can someone tell me what i am doing wrong? I have redhat 9.0
It works fine now.. I remember a few weeks ago i compiled it i use gcc command, seeing that it was C-file. Now compiling the hello.c with the makefile. it cause conflict with the old output file, which was still in the directory.