Originally Posted by sunrajtech
Try: sudo apt-get install <selected package>
Have you tried this? You don't have g++ installed, hence why you get those messages.
i have type in terminal gcc hello.c but come following message you tell me how do solve problem.
fablab@fablab-desktop:~$ gcc hello.c
gcc: hello.c: No such file or directory
gcc: no input files
Is your source file called hello.c or something else? The example I gave was just that: an example. You need to employ common sense and substitute file names in examples with the file names you're using. It also helps if you're in the same directory as your source code.