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I am trying to configure/compile programs on my recently installed RedHat 9.0 and it tells me that I have no gcc compiler loaded. Ok, so I try to install it ...
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    Can't compile anything I download


    I am trying to configure/compile programs on my recently installed RedHat 9.0 and it tells me that I have no gcc compiler loaded. Ok, so I try to install it from my CD's and I get the message I need to install openssl-devel and krb5-devel? I am kind of lost. Thanks.

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    if its says u ned these programs then isntall them too

    to install mroe that 1 thing at a time type
    rpm -Uivh /pathToFile/filename1 /pathTotOtherFile/filename2
    for aas many failes as u want

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    Are these rpms? Those most devel files should be in a native distribution for such as rpm. Once you've installed those, compiling from source should be smooth. You can also post the exact error message that you get from trying to compile.
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