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December 16, 2004, 10:28 am
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I want to install DBI module on my Sun Sparc server
which runs Solaris8. I upgraded to Perl 5.8.5 by
downloading perl_s-5.8.5-sol8-sparc-local.gz from
sunfreeware.com; then I installed libiconv package.
Now I want to install gcc before compiling DBI
and DBD::Oracle modules. Which gcc package I should install? The bigger one
or the smaller one? On sunfreeware site, two choices are available.
The GNU C compiler and related programs - installs in /usr/local. This
package includes the GNU C, C++, g77, Java, and OBJC compiler suites and
support files. The gcc_small package has ONLY the C and C++ compilers and is
a much smaller download. These gcc packages require the installation of
Should I install gcc or is gcc_small enough?
Thanks in advance.
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