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    Default GMP Install

    Hi,

    I am facing the following problem when trying to install gmp

    Error: Missing Dependency: autoconf is needed by package gmp
    Error: Missing Dependency: automake16 is needed by package gmp
    Error: Missing Dependency: libtool is needed by package gmp

    Can anybody give me clue on this problem.

    Thanks,

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    Default platform?

    If you're on FC3, do:
    yum install autoconf
    yum install automake
    yum install libtool

    If RHEL4:
    up2date -i autoconf
    etc...

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    Hi,

    I am on FC4 and when I try to do 'yum install autoconf' I am getting this error.

    Setting up Install Process
    Setting up repositories
    No Repositories Available to Set Up
    Reading repository metadata in from local files
    Parsing package install arguments
    No Match for argument: autoconf
    Nothing to do

    Please help

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    I have tried all that, when I am using yum list available command, I am getting this result

    Setting up repositories
    No Repositories Available to Set Up
    Reading repository metadata in from local files

    Please help

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    Well looks like there is a lower level problem going on. Your going to have to get yum configured on your own. Google is your firend try a few searches on the problem your having.

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