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    Default Installation problems, no acceptable C compiler found

    Hello.

    I just switched to openSUSE11 today, and am trying to install tor following directions here: Privoxy tor squid - openSUSE

    when I tried ./configure, I got the message:

    checking for gcc... no
    checking for cc... no
    checking for cl.exe... no
    configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH


    I checked the path
    echo $PATH

    and looked for gcc
    find / -name gcc

    and noticed they did not correspond. so I then placed this location in the path, under /etc/profile
    checked the path again, and /usr/lib64/gcc showed up as I intended.

    when I tried to execute ./configure again, I got the same message though.
    any suggestions?

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    Default Re: Installation problems, no acceptable C compiler found

    What is the output of these commands?

    $ rpm -q gcc
    gcc-4.3-39.1
    $ rpm -q gcc-c++
    gcc-c++-4.3-39.1
    <>---><^>

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    Default Re: Installation problems, no acceptable C compiler found

    whoops..
    I mistakenly thought it was all there with the new installation.
    I got gcc installed,
    just need to figure out why checkinstall fails to make rpm's for me..(a separate post if it comes to it).

    thanks.

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