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I just installed Fedora Core 1 x86_64 bit version on a dual Opteron machine. I'm still learning Linux, but my first project is to attempt to compile a program coming ...
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    How do I figure out my version of gcc?


    I just installed Fedora Core 1 x86_64 bit version on a dual Opteron machine. I'm still learning Linux, but my first project is to attempt to compile a program coming from a 32 bit machine using a 64 bit compiler on this new machine to look for increased performance. We use gcc and gcc-f77 to compile on the other machines, but I'm unsure if the version of gcc that came with 64 bit Fedora Core 1 is a 64 bit compiler or just at 32 bit. How can I get this info? Is there a place to examine the installed packages and look for version number, etc? Thanks!

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    Re: How do I figure out my version of gcc?

    I'm not sure about the 32 vs 64-bit, but to find out what release of gcc you have open up a console and type:

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    gcc --version
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