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From: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
I tried to install ZOPE from sources via "configure - make - make
instance" but unfortunately I always get the following error message when
typing in the "make" command.
> command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1
> -basherror:: command not found
In my last message, I assumed that gcc was not installed. I derived this
assumption from the error message
The weird thing is that whenever I type in the command 'gcc'. There is
always the following error message:
'No input files found'
I am wondering why: If gcc was not installed, there should be an error
message that is similar to 'command not found'.
The output 'No input files found' implies that - in my opinion - gcc is
What do you think of that?
if you enter 'which gcc' at the command line prompt (shell) it will tell you
where gcc is installed on your system.
$ which gcc
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