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Ok, here's my problem guys: I recently reinstalled my Slackware 10.0 system and after installing the upgrades of KDE to 3.3.2, I downloaded the 2.6.10 kernel .bzip2 file and unpacked ...
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    "Make" error


    Ok, here's my problem guys:

    I recently reinstalled my Slackware 10.0 system and after installing the upgrades of KDE to 3.3.2, I downloaded the 2.6.10 kernel .bzip2 file and unpacked it.

    I navigated to the directory and after running "make mrproper", I recieved this message:
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    root@Slackware:~/linux-2.6.10# make mrproper
    /root/linux-2.6.10/scripts/gcc-version.sh: line 1: gcc: command not found
    /root/linux-2.6.10/scripts/gcc-version.sh: line 1: gcc: command not found
    Something seems to have gone wrong with the script of "make" so I went to the slackware site and downloaded and installed the make .tgz package for Slackware 10, but it still seems to have an error with it.

    Any theories? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

    -Mike[/code]

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    Hi,
    You need to download and install gcc, and probably the newest binutils and glib/glibc as well.
    -lakerdonald

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    Thank you very much or your help!!!
    I appreciate it!!

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