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Re: Multiple gcc



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I f you want to use an older version, why don't you just remove the newer one and stay just with the older.

Tks!

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suvayu ali wrote:
2009/6/16 Giany <giany007 gmail com>:
On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 2:16 PM, Brian Truter <btruter gmail com> wrote:
Is it possible to install multiple gcc packages on Fedora?

I am using gcc 4.4 from Fedora 11, but I would also like to install 4.3
from Fedora 10, and switch compiles when needed by setting env variables, or
something similar. Is this possible, and if so, does anyone have any info?
Try to install gcc from source (ftp.gnu.org) in a different folder and then
set the env from that folder. It worked for me when I had to compile
something with gcc 3.4.3 and I was having gcc 4.2.


A shot in the dark, how about

$ yum install <packages> --installroot=/alternate/path/



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