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c compiler

Hello All!

 

It has become necessary for me to install c compiler on HP-UX 11.23. I have all the CD(s) for 11.23. Could any one tell me with the CD that has c compiler?

 

Thank you. 

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Re: C compiler

Hi All!

 

Thank you so much. I have finally broke through.

 

Thanks

 

kingsley

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Re: c compiler

The C compiler is not a "free" item - it is charged for - if it is on one of your CDs you would need a codeword to unlock it anyway.

 

http://h21007.www2.hp.com/portal/site/dspp/menuitem.863c3e4cbcdc3f3515b49c108973a801?ciid=4b080f1bac...

 

Why do you need a C compiler? Do you have real C code to compile, or do you believe it is a pre-requisite for installing Oracle?

 

 


HTH

Duncan
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Re: c compiler

Hi  Duncan!

 

For upgrade of t24 application. Can you tell me the cd that contains it?

 

Thanks

 

kingsley

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Re: c compiler

Well all you've told me is you have 4 x 11.23 CDs - I have no idea what those CD part numbers are, so really can't tell you which CD it is on!  But each CD has a table of contents file which will tell you what is on it anyway, so why don't you look?

 

However as I said, even if you know which CD it is on, without a codeword, you won't be able to install it.


HTH

Duncan
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Re: c compiler

Hi Duncan!

 

I have found the CD and the code word but i cannot find the executable file to install. I have the following folders in the path:

 

C-ANSI-C/C/opt/ansic#: ll

 

dr-xr-xr-x   1 root       root          2048 Nov  8  2005 bin
dr-xr-xr-x   1 root       root          2048 Nov  8  2005 include
dr-xr-xr-x   1 root       root          2048 Nov  8  2005 lbin
dr-xr-xr-x   1 root       root          2048 Nov  8  2005 lib
dr-xr-xr-x   1 root       root          2048 Nov  8  2005 newconfig
dr-xr-xr-x   1 root       root          2048 Nov  8  2005 tlinks

 

which of them has the executable.

 

Thank you.

 

kingsley

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Re: c compiler

Do you know how to install HP-UX software??

 

You shouldn't be hunting around for executables to install... you need to use the swinstall command... assuming you have the CD mounted as /cdrom then:

 

swinstall -x codeword=xxxxxxxxxx -s /cdrom

 

Then find the ANSI-C software in the GUI and select it for installation.


HTH

Duncan
Regular Advisor

Re: c compiler

Hi Duncan!

 

What ever you taugt me has worked perfectly. My only problem is i have gotten to a point where i do not see my way forward. I have attached the screen shot  of of i have gotten to. There are about 6 folders and i do not where to continue from.

 

thanks

 

kingsley

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Re: C compiler

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>My only problem is I have gotten to a point where I do not see my way forward.

 

You should just mark and install the whole bundle.

Note this version is likely to be 6+ years old and isn't supported.

The latest version is A.06.26.01.

 

>There are about 6 folders and I do not where to continue from.

 

These are 6 products, you don't want to go there.

 

Just use: swinstall -x codeword=xxxxxxxxxx -s /cdrom B3913DB

Regular Advisor

Re: C compiler

Hi Dennis!

 

The fact is we have a lot of the CD's and a lot of licenses. The problem here is that i am finding it difficult to associate a lincense to a particular CD. Because of this the installation complains of using a wrong codeword for a wrong CD.

 

Thanks

 

kingsley.

Regular Advisor

Re: C compiler

Hi All!

 

Thank you so much. I have finally broke through.

 

Thanks

 

kingsley

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Re: C compiler

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>The problem here is that I am finding it difficult to associate a license to a particular CD.

 

You shouldn't need to.  Just load in EVERY codeword into the codeword database and it doesn't matter what CD you use.

 

Just use: swinstall -p -x codeword=xxxx  # not sure if you need that -s yy?

 

Note: It would probably be more helpful to future readers if you marked my previous post as the solution rather than yours.