On Wed, 19 Jul 1995, Stefan Rensing wrote: > > Ok it's me again... anyway the problem i am having is that when i try > > to "make" my files , it won't compile or whatever it's supposed to do to my > > .c programs... anyway the message i get is: > > gcc -c -g comm.c > > sh: gcc: not found (i guess i don't have gcc compiler huh?) > > *** Error code 1 > > make: Fatal error: Command failed for target 'comm.o' > > Well, I don't like to flame you, but how do you think you can run a mud ? > -Stefan. Well, I tend to agree with you, but at least we can help get him started. The problem is, as you suspected, that you either don't have GCC, or it's not in your path. Try typing 'cc' at your prompt and see if that works; if so, edit the references to GCC in the makefile and use CC; it might work, it might not. _/\_ SENATE: MOV AX,[LAW] MOV CX,0FFFFh REP XCHG AX,AX JMP SENATE / L \ =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= \_ C_/ "This is Westec. Put your weapon down, or we will wave a nightstick \/ at you and call for backup." You could get a new lease on life -- if only you didn't need the first and last month in advance.
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