Path C complier
I'm trying to install K3b cd burning software. I'm use Ferdora Core 6
OS. The error it gives is “no C compiler in path.” . How can I find were
this “path” is? In DOS it was in the Autoexec.bat file.
In Linux I have no idea. This has come up in the past. I have always
found a work around. It has happen to many times now I want to know
where the file is and how to change it.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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