GCC compiler installation

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    KDE and GNOME run on top of X. You definitely need X.
    All the buzzt!
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    What I meant "if you don't want to use X" is that if you don't want to use ONLY X11. Of course I know that you need X if you want to run KDE or Gnome. Sorry about that.

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