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i am using red hat linux, don't have "make" command, what can i do? where i can download it?
I want to add /usr/local/bin to my path,
but i don't know which file i should add.

thanks.

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you need to download a package called 'make-version-number.arch.rpm'.

ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/distributions/redhat

then, as root,
`rpm -ivh make-3.77-6.i386.rpm`

to  change PATH variable, add a line into relevant file:
export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/bin
1) for yourself,
~/.bashrc
2) for everybody on your system,
/etc/bashrc

to make it available without relogin, do
your/prompt/here$ . /etc/bashrc
or
your/prompt/here$ . ~/.bashrc

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after I got make, i can't use cc now when i want to continue to install DBI,
what can i do?
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