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choosing among installed gcc versions



I should probably know this by now, but is there an automatic way of
specifying which installed version of gcc will be run when the 'gcc'
command is executed?

By default, /usr/bin/gcc points to gcc-3.2 (on sid, anyway), and I could
change it to point to gcc-2.95.  But would I also have to update
/usr/bin/cpp?  Are there other things, too?

noah

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