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    Default Re: ./configure: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH

    that rute book is good . A bit old but the basics have not changed
    a bit newer ,and about the terminal only
    Bash Guide for Beginners
    these are good
    Linux Online - Linux Courses

    as for installing things
    from experience i would stick with installing rpm's and "prebuilt" programs for the BASE operation system

    and get experience building programs with , say, some games
    here is a fun one
    Word War vi
    and read the
    wordwarvi-0.26/wordwarvi_hacking.html
    and read the file README
    that is in the source folder
    but it also builds just fine on opensuse 11.3 64 bit
    HOWEVER installing -- that is a bit different --
    some work on your part on figuring out how to get the sound to work
    " make install" installs but NO sound ( sound dose work - but it is fun to figure it out )

    things like this i think of as " a challenge " and a puzzle to solve



  2. #12

    Default Re: ./configure: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH

    Sorry for changing the subject but I have a similar problem with gcc.

    11.2 comes with 2.6.31 kernel and gcc44 by default, in this case; vmware installs just fine.
    After updating the kernel (2.6.36) from :HEAD repo, everything works except vmware, seems it requires a newer gcc.
    I wouldn't bother with a factory kernel but 2.6.36 is marked "stable" so I thought update wouldn't be a problem.

    Got a few questions about it:

    Is there a 11.2 repo where I could get gcc that's compatible with 2.6.36 kernel? Can't find it on webpin.
    Is it safe to install it in 11.2 or there is something that explicitly depends on gcc44?
    Is it possible to have both 44 and 45 installed at the same time?

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    Default Re: ./configure: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH

    @finders,

    104 views and no one answered!

    you are gonna have a *lot* better luck at attracting someone who knows
    something about gcc 44/45 on 11.2 if you ask in a *new* thread with a
    descriptive subject....as far as i can see you have no question
    needing someone who would look in on "./configure: no acceptable C
    compiler found in $PATH" as i did to find a very slightly related
    question i can't help at all with so . . .

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    Default Re: ./configure: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH

    finders wrote:

    > Got a few questions about it:
    >
    > Is there a 11.2 repo where I could get gcc that's compatible with
    > 2.6.36 kernel? Can't find it on webpin.
    > Is it safe to install it in 11.2 or there is something that explicitly
    > depends on gcc44?
    > Is it possible to have both 44 and 45 installed at the same time?
    >

    You can have a 4.5 gcc on 11.2 by using this repository
    http://download.opensuse.org/reposit.../openSUSE_11.2

    It is possible to have multiple versions of gcc (and the other compilers of
    the gnu compiler collection) in parallel on your opensuse.
    If you need then a special compiler for a special software to
    install/compile you have of course to look into the documentation what
    special switches you have to set that said software or configure script
    finds exactly th correct version you need for it.

    The default compiler for the system can be set with update-alternatives (but
    I never change it that way, I just set the variables for the configure
    script I run so that it uses a different compiler during the compile
    process).

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    Default Re: ./configure: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH

    Thank you for this information sir Martin, very helpful.
    Will try the repo this weekend, before my workstation 7 trial runs out.
    I sure hope it'll run on this new kernel.
    Once again, sorry for changing the subject.

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