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    Default Problem installing glibc and gcc on BT2

    Hello!
    I come here from LinuxQuestions.org where I couldn't get any reasonalbe answer...

    I have very big problem installing gcc and glibc... I know that there are many tutorials, but I just can't install it... Please! Can anyone give me step-by-step tutorial? I beg you! I can't install anything without these packages I have BackTrack2 Final...

    Thanks in advance.
    nidalos.

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    normally it's already installed i think because make is installed natively in BT

    but if it miss you can DL slapt-get, a packet installer and downloader fom slackware repository, slapt-get is console app, if u want dl slapt-get and Gslapt the gui for slaptget
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    U think It's preinstalled? So than why compilers say I need to install it? Oh and if U could please write step-by-step tutorial for me please

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    to be sure
    install slapt-get and gslapt (the gui)
    run it
    click update
    search 4 the 2 missing packages
    if gslapt says it's installed >>> right click reinstall
    if gslapt says it's not >>> right click install

    i think it will do the job

    see it >>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gslapt
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    there's something wrong with that site (softwarejaos.org)... # slapt-get --update stops after trying to connect to that site + I can't get gslapt because page isn't loading any other ideas?

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    yes it's temporary down of the site ... will come back gslapt is nothing more than a gui. with only slaptget you can just changes source to slackware ftp....

    if you want i made a module for gslapt+slaptget
    http://mesh.dl.sourceforge.net/sourc...t_Get_3_12.lzm
    it's a module i compile for the "extra utilities modules" of my "BT2USB windows international installer" currently in final dev.

    hopes help
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    thanx... but this still doesn't fix my problem damn... I cant post pics but this module gave me an error:

    Code:
    Module insertion can take few seconds,
    are you ready to continue?
    after clicking OK
    Code:
    Some error occured while inserting module to live filesystem
    But on LinuxQuestions.org they've told me to #installpkg but I get only
    Code:
    # installpkg gcc-3.4.6-i486-1.tgz
    Installing package gcc-3.4.6-i486-1...
    PACKAGE DESCRIPTION:
    gcc: gcc (Base GCC package with C support)
    gcc:
    gcc: GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection.
    gcc:
    gcc: This package contains those parts of the compiler collection needed to
    gcc: compile C code.  Other packages add C++, Fortran, Objective-C, and
    gcc: Java support to the compiler core.
    gcc:
    Executing install script for gcc-3.4.6-i486-1...
    
    # installpkg glibc-solibs-2.3.6-i486-6.tgz
    Installing package glibc-solibs-2.3.6-i486-6...
    PACKAGE DESCRIPTION:
    glibc-solibs: glibc-solibs (shared GNU C libraries)
    glibc-solibs:
    glibc-solibs: This package contains the shared libraries, binaries, and support
    glibc-solibs: files required to run most Linux applications linked with glibc.
    glibc-solibs:
    Executing install script for glibc-solibs-2.3.6-i486-6...
    and nothing more happens...

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