Help installing gcc
Fri Dec 12 18:38:00 GMT 2003
It seems you have not installed cygwin completely. When you run the cygwin setup program it pops up a small dialog box which will show GROUPS of utilities. You need to expand the groups and make sure the utilities you are looking for are checked. The default settings only install some utils. I generally expand each group and check everything so that i can have the complete set of utilities.
From: Rakesh Kumar - Software, Noida [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, December 12, 2003 3:16 AM
To: J.R.Ellis@sussex.ac.uk; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: Help installing gcc
"sed" stands for "stream editor". It is mainly used for filtering the
GCC uses AWK and sed when installing. It is by default installed with Linux.
I don't know whether they are part of Cygwin environment. Don't hesitate to
install these packages in your environment. You would get them for free.
Before installing sed, please check if it is already available to you.
It may just not be included in your path. In my system, it is in /bin
From: J.R.Ellis@sussex.ac.uk [mailto:J.R.Ellis@sussex.ac.uk]
Sent: Friday, December 12, 2003 2:30 PM
To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Help installing gcc
Hello gcc helpers,
I have installed cygwin on my laptop computer, which runs Windows 98.
I have downloaded all of the necessary files to install gcc, and put them
in a folder C:/gcc-3.2.2
I have made another folder called C:/gcc-objdir
And then I went to that directory and typed C:/gcc-3.2.2/configure
And the following error message appeared:
sed: not found
I have no idea what that means and therefore do not know how to
successfully configure and ultimately install gcc. Any help you can offer
would be very much appreciated.
Thank you for your time.
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