Hi, because my default gcc could not, not long ago I've installed a new gcc to compile assembly files
sudo apt install gcc-4.8
Now, in order to command gcc-4.8 SomeProgram.s with gcc SomeProgam.s I've directed my gcc to gcc-4.8 (or so I thought..)
I've used the following commands (after installing gcc-4.8):
$ sudo rm usr/bin/gcc $ sudo ln -s usr/bin/gcc-4.8 /usr/bin/gcc
But now I get this message upon trying to get gcc to compile
Command 'gcc' not found, but can be installed with: sudo apt install gcc
gcc-4.8 SomeProgram.s still works.
Upon installing gcc again I get info that implies that I already have gcc
But seems like I can't use it. So it must be a problem with the pointing.
Please help me get my gcc back. Please help me direct the gcc command to gcc-4.8.
Thanks in advanced.