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Compatibility I guest, in my case I was having This problem in a laptop with Debian Jessie, the right thing was : aptitude install qt4-qtconfig user@host$ moc moc: could not exec '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt4/bin/moc': No such file or directory According to /usr/share/doc/moc/README.Debian we need to run: user@host$mocp in addition to that ...
To answer the problem about eclipse and the c++ module. It's a bug with RHEL that exists in centos and scientific too. You need to run eclipse as root once after installing the C++ modules via yum. I honestly don't remember why, but it will work as a regular user after that. To install new software you can use yum. To look for the appropriate package you ...
> is not a command but a shell feature called redirection. This is a very basic shell feature so it seems kind of strange that a shell is supposed not to support it. Search the documentation of your shell for "redirection".
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