[K12OSN] no C compiler in $Path

"Terrell Prudé, Jr." microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sat Feb 5 18:18:40 UTC 2005

Terrell Prudé, Jr. wrote:

> anthony baldwin wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I did install gcc, and it's in /usr/libexec/gcc, but when I just 
>> tried to ./configure something (logjam, a livejournal client),
>> I got:
>> WARNING: no acceptable C compiler in $PATH
>> I'm assuming I merely need to place gcc in my $path, but how do I do 
>> that?
>> tony
> Here's how:
>  export PATH=$PATH:/usr/libexec/gcc
> You can type this at your command prompt.  To automatically have it 
> every time you log in, just open up your .bash_profile file in your 
> home directory and add that path to the end.
> --TP

Whoops, slight correction.  It should be

  export path=$PATH:/usr/libexec

That "gcc" shouldn't be at the end of the search path above.


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