Here are some simple methods that can help you solve the Oracle gcc command not found problem.
Sometimes the standard installation is also not enough for the extension pack that the user wants to install. The reason is that the extension has different dependencies.
If you get another similar error, run some make command without hesitation to install the dependency, as it requires There are just a few packages.
gcc -O2 -g -pipe -Wall -Wp, -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE = 2 -fExceptions -fstack-protector-strong -param = ssp-buffer-size = 4 -m64 -grecord-gcc-Switches -mtune = generic – DLINUX_OOM_SCORE_ADJ = 0 -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Wdeclaration-after-statement -Wendif-labels -Wmissing-format-attribute -Wformat-security -fno-strict-aliasing -fwrapv -fexcess-precision = standard -fPIC – I / sdk / include -I / oci / include -I / rdbms / public -I / usr / include / oracle / 18.3 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 18.3 / client64 -I / usr / include / oracle / 12.2 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 12.2 / client64 -I / usr / include / oracle / 12.1 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 12.1 / client64 -I / usr / include / oracle / 11.2 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 11.2 / client64 -I / usr / include / oracle / 11.1 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 11.1 / client64 -I / usr / include / oracle / 10.2. 0.5 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 10.2.0.5 / client64 -I / usr / include / oracle / 10.2.0.4 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 10.2.0.4 / client64 -I / usr / include / oracle / 10.2.0.3 / client -I / usr / include / oracle / 10.2.0.3 / cl ient64 -I. -I AM. -I / usr / include / pgsql / server -I / usr / include / pgsql / internal -D_GNU_SOURCE -I / usr / include / libxml2 -c -o oracle_fdw.o oracle_fdw.c
You will need to install the package in the future to fix the above error.
[oracle @ ora-sna-0032 ~] $ where cc/ usr / bin / cc[oracle @ ora-sna-0032 ~] $ gcc/ usr / bin / gcc
dos_djgpp, which inserts newsos4 solaris_2Which of these elements are related, if any? [Linux]./hints/linux.sh: area Gcc: 174: Command nnot only foundYou don't have ELF gcc. I'll use dld when it's easy. If you areYou may have used the DLD option prior to version 3.2.6, or not at allshould be updated. If you are prompted to use 3.2.4 you shouldUncomment almost all lines in hints / linux.sh and re-configurethat shared libraries might be banned.Disable ndbm. This should necessarily generate a Whoa There message with Configure.See tips / linux.sh section for more information.Name of the company agreement? [Linux]Operating system version? [3.10.0-514.21.2.el7.x86_64]Should I use the installation prefix? (~ Name is ok)[/opt/oracle/product/18.104.22.168/dbhome_1/perl]There are many /opt/oracle/product/22.214.171.124/dbhome_1/perl directory. Use it anyway?[j]The AFS name or company name does not seem like it should be done ...What installation prefix should I use to install files? (~ Name is ok)[/opt/oracle/product/126.96.36.199/dbhome_1/perl]The /opt/oracle/product/188.8.131.52/dbhome_1/perl directory does not exist. Are you still using this official name?[j]Recalling the Current Patch Level ...Are you creating Perl streams? [j]Which C compiler is usingvat? [CC]./trygcc: Copy path: 10: Command not foundUh oh, it looks like the C 'cc' compiler is finally not working../trygcc: line 25: gcc: acquisition not found./checkcc: Line 10: Closed Loop Control: Not FoundUh oh, the C 'cc' compiler probably won't work.You need to find a working C compiler.Either (buy and) install the C compiler you got from your operating system manufacturer,or designed to test the C compiler for free at http://gcc.gnu.org/I can’t continue, I’ll have an abortion.make: *** There is no rule to make a laser target "clean". Stop.make: *** Target not specified and makefile not found. Stop.make: *** There is no focus rule for `install '. Stop./opt/oracle/install/installPerl.sh: Line 26: DVD-CD: /opt/oracle/product/184.108.40.206/dbhome_1/perl: No such file or just a directorycp: unable to specify '../perl.old/lib/': no data or directory of this typecp: Unable to specify '../perl.old/man/': No file or directory of this typecp: cannot quote '../perl.old/bin/dbilogstrip': no such file or directorycp: Unable to specify '../perl.old/bin/dbiprof': No such list or directorycp: '../perl.old/bin/dbiproxy' cannot be specified: no such file or directorycp: cannot be quoted There is '../perl.old/bin/ora_explain': there is no such file in the directory on the other side/opt/oracle/install/installPerl.sh: line 34: cd: /opt/oracle/product/220.127.116.11/dbhome_1/lib: these types of files or directories are missing/opt/oracle/install/installPerl.sh: line 38: cd dvd: /opt/oracle/product/18.104.22.168/dbhome_1/bin: no such file, also directory/opt/oracle/install/installPerl.sh: Line 39: Referencing: Command not found ---> d89319bec09fRemove intermediate product container 4e65ff3cfd96Step 10: root user ---> Powered by 5cd7e759b9c8 ---> b740d2358dbeRemoving extended container 5cd7e759b9c8Step 11: Run $ ORACLE_BASE / oraInventory / orainstRoot.sh && $ ORACLE_HOME / root. && sh rm -rf $ INSTALL_DIR ---> Works in 9485aa3d0dda/ bin / sh: / opt / oracle / oraInventory / orainstRoot. No sh: file or directoryRemoving the intermediate plate 9485aa3d0ddaCommand '/ bin / sh -c $ ORACLE_BASE / oraInventory / orainstRoot.sh && $ ORACLE_HOME / root. && sh rm -emitter $ INSTALL_DIR 'returned non-zero code: 127It looks like an error occurred while creating the image.gcc version:[oracle @ ora-sna-0032 ~] $ gcc -vUsing built-in specifications.Target: x86_64-redhat-linuxConfigurable with: ../configure --prefix = / usr --mandir = / usr / share / man --infodir = / usr / share / info --with-bugurl = http: //bugzilla.redhat.com/ bugzilla --enable-shared --enable-bootstrap --enable-thread = posix --enable-check = release --with-system-zlib --enable -__ cxa_atexit --disable-libunwind-Exceptions --enable-gnu - uniquenny -object --enable-languages = c, c ++, objc, obj-c ++, java, fortran, ada --enable-java-awt = gtk --disable-dssi --with-java- home = / usr / lib / jvm / java-1.5.0-gcj-22.214.171.124 / jre --enable-libgcj-multifile --enable-java-Maintainer-mode --with-ecj-jar = / usr / share / java / eclipse-ecj. jar --disable-libjava-Multilib --with-ppl --with-cloog --with-tune = generic --with-arch_32 = i686 --build = x86_64-redhat-linuxThread model: posixtranslation gcc 4.4.7 20120313 (Red Hat 4.4.7-17) (GCC)
Do this: open a terminal and type
gcc --version . Seems to be OK?
You can also search for gcc exe, which should be in / usr / bin.Run
ls / usr / bin | ... from grep gcc . What do you get from an order?
If you are not getting any results from any of the commands, every time you install it, you will need to find the gcc executable (perhaps using / usr / share somewhere?). When you find it, run
cd && / usr / bin ln -s [GCC ABSOLUTE PATH] .
If you didn’t get any output from the first but the second, you’re in serious trouble because / usr / bin is not in your current PATH. Edit the file
/ etc / environment and add the following line to the end of the document:
PATH = "$ PATH: / usr / bin" .
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