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    gcc in SuSE 91 personal


    I downloaded the iso's for SuSE 9.1 personal off of their website. I did an everything install. I wanted to download and install Flight Gear but there was no gcc. It there something wrong with my media or is this normal for a free download of SuSE?

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    Mike

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    Check out this thread, http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/vie...516&highlight= exactly what you need.

    Quote Originally Posted by necrocyde
    Only in SuSE 9.1 Professional do you get a gcc compiler, otherwise you need to set your installation source to a complete http / ftp server and install from there
    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Open up YaST, go to "Install or Remove Programs", do a search for "gcc" or look in the "Category" view under development. You'll need "gcc" "g++" and either "gcj" or "java-SDK".
    Ignore the Java part in the last quote, person was asking about both GCC and Java.


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    Thank you

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