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Re: "GCC is not found" and "compiler cannot create executables" errors
2010/4/8, Warren Young <email@example.com>:
> On 4/8/2010 6:11 AM, david sastre wrote:
>> Yesterday (still under1.7.3) I had a "compiler not found" and a
>> "compiler cannot create executables" errors while trying to build some
>> standard apps, i.e. nginx.
> Write this out to a file called hello.c:
> #include <stdio.h>
> int main(void)
> printf("Hello, world!\n");
> return 0;
> Then say "make hello" in that directory. If you don't get a "hello"
> program that says "Hello, world!" when you run it, you haven't got the
> compiler and associated stuff installed. Post the errors you get.
I know that stuff is installed, because I use often. What I can't
figure out is why is has stopped working.
I already tried that. My script was also the simplest case possible:
Both scripts give back:
$ make hola.mundo
cc -march=prescott -O2 -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer hola.mundo.c -o
make: *** [hola.mundo] Error 1
Also, direct gcc invocation exits silenlty:
$ gcc hola.mundo.c
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