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By teo ·
I installed a pcmcia network card dfe650 on a notebook on red het linux 6.2. Using ./Configure is successful.

Then used make all and the follwing message appeared :

make[1] : entering directory /usr/src/pcmcia-cs-3.1.15/modules

cc -md -02 -wall -wstrict -prototypes -pipe -I../include -I/usr/src/linux/include -D_kernel_-Dmodule -C -cs.c

make[1] : cc; command not found

Can I know what is the problem ?

Thank you

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by rkeckler2000 In reply to Using Make All Command

It looks like you do not have a c compiler installed.
Do a make very clean and makesure the makefile is deleted.
Get the RPM for gcc and install it.
Then start from the beginning and do a ./configure

The gcc rpm should be in the 6.2 CD.

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by teo In reply to Using Make All Command

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by spv In reply to Using Make All Command

Good Day!
THe problem has 2 sollutuions :)
1 - Check the PATH - if CC or GCC is up yo it
(#which cc)
2 - if there is no CC/GCC theere check if your system is configured to setup source-code programms :)

Good Luck

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by g.j.busser In reply to Using Make All Command

install gcc (looks like you haven't),
install kernel-headers (your software needs it to compile, unless it is trivial)
compile package *from scratch*
(./configure, make (install))

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