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Old 11-02-2004, 02:24 PM   #1
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Distribution: Mandrake 10.1
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missing ccl file

I've been having issues since installing mandrake 10.1 yesterday concerning the location of the ccl file. It's something to do with the gcc compiler. I've tried re-intalling the compiler through the developer tools on the mandrake cd's. I've tried new rpm's containing all the gcc files. I've also tried to recompile the gcc from the ground up, but I can't becuase i'm missing this ccl file.

I tried to compile the most basic of programs, written in c, mainly a hello world program and this is the error I get.

gcc: installation problem, cannot execute `ccl': no such file or directory.

I can't compile anything at all. Even programs like xmms come up with errors, like gcc can't create executables. I can't even find much info on what ccl is. I'm assuming it's some kind of compiler.

Any help would be appreciated.

- sub


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