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What is -lc linux CentOS?

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#1 100cigarettes


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Posted 09 August 2017 - 08:17 PM

I am in CentOS learning commands and my way around a Terminal by manually setting up the Mirai source code. Not an automatic installer. I'm installing everything manually. I've troubleshooted issues I've had with success on my own. This problem I can't find anything on google about this one.


I have to run  

./build.sh debug telnet

 right now I resolved all the issues with this and still have response

/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lc
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

From being told when running "go verision" i got a line that said bash - command does not exist  or something similar. I did some thinking and figured if its not found than its not installed. I just installed go and fixed the issue. With this -lc thing I cant get any search results for what -lc might even be. I see something about -lc should be in /usr/bin/ld but not sure what. 


I didn't learn what export GOPATH was when I did that. I did some of these with the go command for some reason idk why

export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin

I don't know if -lc is called a command, or a variable, or an option. Those things I'm unsure of. If it is a command i didn't have luck installing it like I did with "go" .

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