The compiler and the basic tools are for sure. I think that they are called "build-essentials" or something like that, this should install gcc, g++, and some basic tools that you will need while building C/C++ programs, like autotools and the like. But about the name of the package, better ask to an Ubuntu user. I stay as far from Ubuntu as I can.
The rest of the packages that I mentioned, with the graphical frontends for gcc/g++, should also be available via synaptic or whatever package manager Ubuntu uses these days. But, as said, I am not Ubuntu user so I can't check.
Last edited by i92guboj; 08-23-2009 at 03:00 PM.