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Problem installing compiler

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[2013-05-16 12:40:29]
maxpi - Posts: 139
I'm running Sierrachart under Linux installed on a live USB drive. Charts are running ok but when I install the compiler the log tells me it's been downloaded to the C: drive and nothing happens after that. The C: drive on the computer is encrypted so I know the file has not been dl'd to the C: drive. I can't find said file [SCCPPCompiler.exe] to copy it. Can I download it from somewhere else and make a folder and copy it to said folder?
[2013-05-16 14:54:30]
ganz - Posts: 1048
maxpi

hi

It's possible to build ACSIL studies on Linux w a native g++ compiler.

http://www.blogcompiler.com/2010/07/11/compile-for-windows-on-linux/

http://www.sierrachart.com/supportboard/showpost.php?p=234516

gd lck
[2013-05-16 15:29:11]
maxpi - Posts: 139
compile natively... Hadn't thought of that.

Thanks much Ganz!
[2013-05-16 17:48:40]
maxpi - Posts: 139
Actually, once I found the files [they are in a hidden folder] I just ran the batch file with wine and it installed and runs fine.
[2013-05-16 21:54:26]
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