acceptable compiler C++ error
I received the message "no acceptable compiler C++ found in $PATH" when doing the command "./configure".
Could anyone help me with this?
Thanks in advance
Thanks for the reply. I'll try to have all the necessary tools installed on my system and follow your tips.
About the sound card modules I did not manage to have the sb modules loaded. But I got loaded the ES1370 ones and the sound card finally worked. According to what was written in the help section of X*** the card I have is not really a SoundBlaster but a Ensonic one. Something like that. But there are many odd things on this yet. For instance, the loading process of the es1370 sound module did not request my informing what is the Irq, Dma or I/O as did the sb module. Also the sound volume is not good as it is with the Opensound software I got installed. Looks like the guys there (www.opensound.com) make good linux sound drivers but it is shareware.
You probably do not have all the necessary tools installed on your system. What distribution are you using? That's right, you are using Caldera; make sure at least glibc-devel, ncurses-devel, and anything relating to C++ RPMs are installed - if you run into a problem with dependencies while installing these packages just uncheck the "Check for dependencies" box (do not do this in general, but there may be one part of those packages that "thinks" there is a dependency problem). Better yet, if you have the disk space do a "Install Everything" next time around.
There is something else I read but cannot remember clearly so I do not want to mislead you; it had to do with specifying which compiler to use - maybe there can be more than one on your system - anyway I had a similar error message and a FULL install solved the problem...that is, it worked, why exactly I'm not sure, but it did.
Here is another good place to post this question: www.trail.com/~popeye/cgi-bin/Ultimate.cgi?action=intro
By The Way, did you ever get the sound up and running?
[This message has been edited by CMonster (edited 06-18-99).]
Glad to hear that the sound is at least working. It may be that you are using 8 bit sound - keep working with things and eventually it will happen. You might try adding uart401 or some of the additional sound components (but keep your eyes open for I/O addresses and the like). Also the Sound mixer panel (I don't know if you are using that since you indicated that you had other sound software) is normally set to 2/3rds level which is too low of a volume for my box as well. And if you figure out a way to make the sound mixer panel keep its settings after rebooting please let me know.
good luck on the ./configure thing as well..
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