Re: Using Knoppix
- From: "W. eWatson" <notvalid2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 20:00:47 -0800
Matt Giwer wrote:
W. eWatson wrote:Believe me I'm way beyond student age. VBG I've mostly settled innto Win, but this program happens to be written in C, and I want to find out what it really does. The "easy" way might be to use Knoppix.I've been out of the Linux game for a number of years, but 3-4 years ago bought Knoppix to look at an old Linux filesystem. Is it possible to compile C programs on it?
I have a program that was compiled under RH. Is it possible that'll execute under Knoppix?
The C compiler is independent of the distributions. It is tracked by its own version numbers. Same version same source should result in the same file. Try it and see is much faster than tracking down differences in version numbers.
I can only read C enough to be dangerous. I only remember one problem years ago that people were talking about. It was something like use either 2.8 or 3.0 not 2.9.
Try it and see.
This is not to suggest if you are a student your prof will accept the use of gcc.
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