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i need to install ns2 but its showing no gcc is installed i have extracted gcc-4.3.1.tar.bz2 file and dont know what to do there is an instaal-sh file i tried ...
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    Question gcc-4.3.1 installation


    i need to install ns2 but its showing no gcc is installed i have extracted gcc-4.3.1.tar.bz2 file and dont know what to do
    there is an instaal-sh file i tried to install it by $sh install-sh but no input file error is shown

    what should i do i am stuck in this step only

    and please if i have pasted in wrong thread i am sorry since i am a newbie here

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    Hi and Welcome !

    Which Linux distro/version are you using? You can install gcc through default Package Manager of your distro easily.
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    dude i am using windows and using cugwin tool

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    Its Cygwin not Cugwin.

    I have never used Cygwin and I can't provide any help in this matter. I hope someone will chime in soon and let you know the necessary steps.
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    With Cygwin you can install this through the installation program. Start it up again, and look through the packages it has available. Click on all the development ones, hit install, and it will download and add them to your current installation.

    I'm not on a windows machine right now, but it should be easy enough to figure out.
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