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RE: C compiler

I've downloaded the files from the specified location below, but I do not really
understand where to start for the installation.
Previously, I have only installed SUNWspro from a CD, which was quite
straightforward. This seems quite different.
Could somebody give me an indication of what files I need and where they need to
be located and also what needs to be run to install
the software correctly?


To:,, Kabir Patel
Date: 13/11/2001 19:24
Subject:  RE: C compiler

GCC 3.0.2 should work fine for this


-----Original Message-----
From: mike stump []
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 11:16 AM
Subject: Re: C compiler

> From:
> To:
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> Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2001 10:34:44 +0000

> We are need of a C compiler that is compatible with the existing
> software/hardware that we have in place.  At the moment we have Sun
> Solaris 2.8, and a SYBASE 11.0.3 database. Our C compiler needs to
> be compatible with both the Solaris machine and the SYBASE database
> and version 12.5 of SYBASE open client.  Could you tell me if you
> have a version of a C compiler that fulfills the conditions above?


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