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[aprssig] getting gcc onto a computer

Dennis Hudson n2lbt at spamcop.net
Thu Jan 24 15:42:44 UTC 2008


Congratulations, I think you'll love your new Macbook. I have 3! I  
have found "Spaces"(like linux' workspaces) and VMWare to be a great  
way to get all my favorite(and not so favorite MS) flavors of OSes and  
apps running on one hardware platform. There is even a xastir/ VMWare  
already installed and compiled with it's own OS on Xastir's site.

There is something to be said for compiling your own software. Soon  
after OSX came out I was running Xastir natively under X11 with Curt's  
help. On your OSX install discs are the Xcode Development tools you  
need to compile your own software. If you look under "optional  
installs" you should find the packages you need.


--
Dennis Hudson, N2LBT
Sysop APRSALY
http://aprsaly.n2lbt.com:14501
http://www.neaprs.org
Albany, NY



On Jan 24, 2008, at 08:39 AM, Andrew Rich wrote:

> Just took the plunge into a macbook
>
> I am going well so far, I just need to know how to get gcc onto the  
> beast.
>
> So I can start compiling xastir predict and gpredict
>
> Ideas ?
>
> I went to heaps of sites that talk about gcc
>
> But it does not seem as clear cut ...
>
> Andrew VK4TEC
>
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