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    Anyone out there that can help me with this??

    Thanks!!
    Mike

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    Try some of the different gcc's that you found with the locate command.

    Try one that is just /path??/path??/gcc so there is nothing else after the "gcc" part, and /path?? represents to path to that compiler.

    Jason

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    Thanks Jason, I'll try it tonght!
    -Mike

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    Tried everything I knew and couldn't get it working. Thanks for the help though. I'll have to wait until I can get some local help.

    Mike

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    It may not be what you want to hear but it might work.

    My suggestion is that if at all possible upgrade or reinstall Mandrake. I've found that as a newbie myself having compilers and the right libraries is very important since a newbie doesn't usually have the skill to edit make files and config scripts successfully and is usually less then effective with grep and locate. I would go back reinstall and make sure to include developmental packages. Make sure to get cc,gcc,perl,gtk,glibc and all of their dependecies.

    Hope this helps,
    Dexx

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    It may not be what you want to hear but it might work.

    My suggestion is that if at all possible upgrade or reinstall Mandrake. I've found that as a newbie myself having compilers and the right libraries is very important since a newbie doesn't usually have the skill to edit make files and config scripts successfully and is usually less then effective with grep and locate. I would go back reinstall and make sure to include developmental packages. Make sure to get cc,gcc,perl,gtk,glibc and all of their dependecies.

    Hope this helps,
    Dexx

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