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Old 8th June 2007, 06:18 AM
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How do you determine what's in your path

I have Fedora Core 6 and use KDE.

I tried to install a new graphics driver and in an error message it said it couldn't locate file cc. Then it said maybe cc isn't in your path. How can determine what's in your path, also, how would you include the path to a certain file in your path?

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Old 8th June 2007, 06:25 AM
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echo $PATH
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Old 8th June 2007, 11:24 AM
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May be the package 'gcc' is not installed.

Do,
1. su - root
2. yum -y install gcc

Now, try installing your new graphics driver.
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