Recently installed cygwin - cannot install gcc
Wed May 14 21:21:00 GMT 2008
Dave Korn schrieb:
> Reini Urban wrote on 13 May 2008 18:34:
>> 2008/5/13 David Ziants:
>>> Installed cygwin under Windows XP prof, and the basic environment works.
>>> I cannot do gcc nor can I find reference to the compiler under any of
>>> the bin directories.
>>> Have run the setup a second time (as advised by documentation) and also
>>> tried reinstalling from a different mirror. Explicitly tried to
>>> install/reinstall the "develop" package where gcc is supposed to be
>>> installable from.
>> install gcc-core and not gcc.
> If you're going to do that, you will have to manually install the C++
> packages that gcc would pull in that gcc-core doesn't: "gcc-g++
> gcc-mingw-g++". (Assuming you want C++, of course, but most folks do....)
>> gcc has an invalid tar for me also.
> Setup.exe version numbers involved? There have been some issues there
> lately to do with how we define an "empty" tarball[*], but:
> [*] - See http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin-apps/2008-05/msg00055.html and
> subsequent thread for info.
I know. But I've tried a few setup versions in the last week, I simply
forgot which. Maybe the setup-1.7 version.
Probably the one which does not like 46 byte tar's :)
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