RE: [Info-ingres] C compiler for SUSE Linux
- From: "Croker, Grant" <Grant.Croker@xxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 12:51:37 -0000
grant@jamon:~> cat /etc/SuSE-release
SUSE LINUX 10.0 (X86-64)
VERSION = 10.0
The instructions for using YaST -i should hold for most versions (at
least from 9.0 and above) and will be the least painful way of getting
software installed. If you don't have the media to hand you can point
YaST at a network/internet repository. Contact me offline if you want to
know how to set this up.
As a guess from your kernel level you have SuSE 9.1. FWIW SuSE have just
dropped support for SuSE Linux Professional 9.0.
[mailto:info-ingres-admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 1:24 PM
To: Paul Mason
Subject: Re: [Info-ingres] C compiler for SUSE Linux
Hi Paul et al,
Thanks dudes, very helpful...Sadly, I'm going to have to now
display my massive ignorance and doe-like naivety...
uname -r (which I normally use to get the OS Version)
responds with: 2.6.5-7.97-smp
So is that 9.2?
Whatever happened to cat /etc/motd???
> It should come with gcc. Check your install media for gcc*rpm files.
> As for the SUSE site it is a nightmare to navigate but the stuff's
> there if you can find it. You didn't say which version you're using
> but here's the list of ftp mirrors
> and here's the one I tend to use
> assuming you were using 9.3 you'd go here
> and again grab the relevant gcc*.rpm's - you won't need them all.
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