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Old 12-05-2004, 05:10 PM   #1
honduraz10
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Wheret to download Cpp Rpm


ive got fedora 3 installed and im trying to install mplayer on it. to install mplayer i nee gcc. i downloaded the rpm. when i attempt to start it i get the message that i need cpp to install gcc. what is cpp and where can i find it
 
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It should all be on your install cds. Alternatively, use YUM to get gcc and it will resolve the dependencies.
 
  


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