All of them. I think there's an alias for it.

yum provides *gcc*

is a good command

On Wed, Jun 6, 2018 at 9:03 AM, Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm trying to load a Python library, and it looks like I need a gcc.

Here's my install attempt:
$ pip3 install pandas
RuntimeError: Broken toolchain: cannot link a simple C program

Google tells me that I need to install a gcc. There are multiple gcc's
available, and I don't know which one(s) to install.

$ yum list available | grep gcc
gcc-aix.fat 6.3.0-15
ibm
gcc-cplusplus-aix.fat 6.3.0-15
ibm
gcc-cpp-aix.fat 6.3.0-15
ibm
gcc-gfortran-aix.fat 6.3.0-15
ibm
libgcc-aix.fat 6.3.0-15
ibm
libgcc_s1.ppc64 6.3.0-15
ibm


Any suggestions?

TIA
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