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Old 01-25-2005, 08:24 AM   #1
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Install kernel devlopment package


I have just install the RH8 linux , but I didn't include the kernel develop package when installation , now when I compile the program , i t as for gcc, when I install gcc , it ask other packages again , it seems need to install many packages , can I just install one package that includes all kernel develop utilities or do I have other simplier method to install it back ? thx.
 
  


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