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How to install gcc in sco 5.0.5 to use ssh

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Hi,
i need to use ssh on Sco Unix 5.0.5, so i have downloaded ssh from http://www.openssh.com/ and i have installed three modules in sco :
- Integrated GNU Compilation system (ver 98q2) download from http://www.sco.com/skunkware/devtools/index.html#gcc
- Sco OpenServer Linker and App.Develop. Lib from cd
When I write ./configure to install ssh, the system tells me : configure: error: no acceptable cc found in $PATH
so I modify the .profile in :
PATH=.... :/opt/K/SKUNK98/Gcc/98q2/usr/local/bin
but i have a new error :
'ar' missing, please install or fix your $PATH
I think that the path in variabile $PATH in not correct....
Can you help me ?
Thanks in advance.
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I think you want gnutools instead:

ftp://ftp.sco.com/pub/openserver5/opensrc/gnutools-5.0.7Kj/

also compatible with 5.0.5

You have nearly the same question open in:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Unix/SCO_Unix/Q_24301063.html

So, I answered the same.  I'm not sure if you need to un-install the Integrated GNU Compilation system (ver 98q2) that you downloaded - the docs say no, but are specific to 5.0.7...
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