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Old 08-20-2004, 10:59 AM   #1
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How to reconfigure GCC search directories

When I issued the command: "gcc -print-search-dirs" on my stock/updated RedHat 9 system, I get a long list of search directories which include many duplicates, and also several "misguided" paths (e.g. /x/y/z/../../y/3.2.2.

How can I reconfigure my system so that the standard/installed gcc search paths are more reasonable ? Thanks, Scott.


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