On Thu, 11 Dec 2003, Fred Horvat wrote:

> Well I tried to compile the source off the site today and got the following
> message when doing the first step "./configure".  This leads me to
> believe that the OSX Development is not installed?  Right after I bought
> the Powerbook I installed the Development software with all the other
> software for the system.  As the system came out of the box nothing but
> OSX 10.2 was installed.  The OSX CD's are at home and I'm at work right
> now so I can't pop the CD's in to verify that the Dev Kit is installed.
> [Host3:~/tn5250] fmh% ./configure
> checking for gcc... no
> checking for cc... no
> checking for cc... no
> checking for cl... no
> configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH

This certainly looks like you don't have a C compiler installed.  You
could try opening a shell and typing 'cc' and see what happens.  Check to
make sure you really have installed the development tools.

James Rich

"As for security, being lectured by Microsoft is like receiving wise words
on the subject of compassion from Stalin."
      -- mormop on lwn.net

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