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i tried following some installation tutorial for Apache (from *.tar file) and execute the following line: #./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2 --enable-mods-shared=most but received some error: confiure: error: no accetable C complier found ...
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    Apche Installation Problem


    i tried following some installation tutorial for Apache (from *.tar file) and execute the following line:

    #./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2 --enable-mods-shared=most

    but received some error:

    confiure: error: no accetable C complier found in SPAH
    see 'config.log' for more details
    cofigure failed dor srclib/apr

    then some comments to fix the problem by downloading and install the gcc and gcc-c+.

    now, how would i install gcc and gcc-c+ manually without using the internet?


    Thanks in advanced...

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    You need to use the internet to download them from your distributions software repositories or from the gnu website.

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    is their any alternative aside from downlaoding from internet... i mean manual installation for Apache to work...

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    Why not get yourself a Fedora, openSUSE or Mandriva DVD. They tend to ship with Apache and development tools like gcc.

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    Apche Installation Problem

    hi,

    Use Fedora 6/7/8/9 & use Apache easily.

    Connect to internet & use the command "yum install httpd"
    & "yum install httpd-manual" [if u want to use Apache manuals].



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