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Hi Everybody I am using SuSe Linux enterprise server 10 and I have to install some softwares. But I am getting a error "no acceptable compiler found in $PATH". So ...
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    Hi Everybody
    I am using SuSe Linux enterprise server 10 and I have to install some softwares. But I am getting a error "no acceptable compiler found in $PATH". So I have to install a compiler, can anybody tell me how to install a compiler. I can not install GCC from source coz i dont have a compiler. Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks in advance
    Nishant

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    Use your package manager. This should be the first place you start when installing software
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    Don't run Open Suse but found this on Open Suse Forum. Oh, and Howdy and Welcome to the Forum.

    Computer (menu) > Install software > Search for "gcc" > click on the "GCC" > click on "Install"
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    Intall may or may not be on 10 but Yast-Software-Software Management surly is

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    Hi Guys
    Thanks for the help, I have installed GCC on my machine. Now I want to upgrade BIND 9 to BIND 9.3. I have uninstalled BIND by yast->software->software management and again I have installed from source. But how to check whether it is installed or not because the named file under /etc is still missing.

    Thanks in advance

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    Open terminal and use find command.

    find bind 9.3
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    find bind9.3
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    find bind9.3 it is not showing anything
    also in yast->software->software management
    it is showing not installed.

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    If you installed by source it will not show up in Yast

    try a search for just bind*

    The only bind file I know in /etc is the black list

    This might help on locations of files

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