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Old 11-12-2008
GNU cpp and make on SCO

Installed GNU make and the GNU C/C++ compiler on SCO Openserver 5.0.7 recently.

Only a normal user is able to run make and compile programs - root is not able to.

Under root, make do run, but root can't access the compiler at all, even tho I set root's path to point to the compiler. Smilie

In contrast, OpenSuSE does not have the same squibbles as SCO does...

Anybody able to give a pointer or two?

Thanks!

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