Re: [Sound] please help a newbie, red hat 8 and cs4610

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Ok, so I tried installing GCC through the the
Add/Remove packages thing, but when I try to add the
development tools, I get an error stating that
krb5-libs is missing.  I thought I had this installed,
but none the less, I went to the redhat website and
downloaded the rpm's (1.2.5-6 and 1.2.7).  They both
stated that I already have 1.2.7 installed in my
computer, yet the add/remove packages keeps saying
that I dont have 1.2.5-6 and that its needed to
install the development tools.  Being that I'm
completely new to linux, I dont know my way around
this.  Is the add/remove packages program looking for
1.2.5-6 specifically while I have 1.2.7 installed? 
Any ideas/suggestions?

--- Michael Kuss <kuss@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Ok, second try, I had to realize that I'm subscribed
> with a different name 
> than the "reply to" generates:
> On Tue, 24 Dec 2002, Tejas Gandhi wrote:
> > this is the error I get just from the ./configure
> > command so far
> > 
> > 
> > [root@xxx root]# cd /usr/src/alsa
> > [root@xxx alsa]# bunzip2 alsa-driver-*
> > [root@xxx alsa]# tar -xf alsa-driver-*
> > [root@xxx alsa]# cd alsa-driver-*
> > [root@xxx alsa-driver-0.5.12a]# ./configure
> > --with-cards=cs46xx --with-sequencer=yes
> > creating cache ./config.cache
> > checking for gcc... no
> > checking for cc... no
> > configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH
> this tells you that you have no compiler package
> installed.  Install gcc!  
> You may also have to install some library packages. 
> Configure and/or make 
> will tell you what is missing.
> Cheers,
> Michael
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