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    <cc: ¡ERROR!> no c compiler

    i installed fedora core 2 (kernel 2.6.8-1.521) yesterday on a dell optiplex(p3, 20gb, single boot), works fine, no install problems, however when i try to install 3rd party software (such as RealVNC or a new addon for KDE) i get an error during
    telling me that i don't have a c compiler. i downloaded the latest version of gcc (3.4.1), but it too required lame...does anyone know where i can look to fix this problem?

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    Linux Guru kkubasik's Avatar
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    you can install gcc without a compiler, there should be instructions on the website, i dont know the specifics on how to do it.
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    Linux User Muser's Avatar
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    just install gcc using an rpm!

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    GCC is with your distro. I forgot which iso files contain it, but you can just use FC2 package management tool to install it.

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    gcc is in fc2 with the version attached to it.
    check out on your system...
    whereis gcc296
    similarly for g++296, this worked for me using fc2. it exists in /usr/bin/

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