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I'm triyng to install net-snmp but it errors out saying that no C+ Compiler is installed(gcc or cc). When I look into YaST and do a search, I find gcc installed but when I go to the directory, it doesn't seem to be there. Says it is installed under /usr/bin/cpp-4.3 but there is no folder called that at that location. Any help would be much appreciated. if I dont' even neet to install snmp and it should be able to be activated from just a basic install that would be even better but any help would be appreciated.

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Does running "gcc -v" or/and "g++ -v" from console shows gcc version or "no such command"?
Anyway, if YaST says it's installed but others say no gcc, simply reinstall it - maybe the installation went broken somehow?
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currently this is a moot point because my initial problem was resolved by installing SNMP. Doing a search inYaST(the command line way)  came up showing SNMP but not installed. My inital way was throug YaST2 GUI interface and a search on SNMP turned up 0 results.
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