It looks you don't have c++ compiler. What's more, it looks you have no complier at all. It means you need to install gcc package. Use your distribution's package management tool. If you're unsure which gcc pakages you need (there are many), install them all.
Then tun ./configure again. Should be better. However, it may stop at a later stage. It looks you don't have development packages (they have no use without a compiler). When you get an error, look at the message and try to find package/program name in it. Then look if you have such package and package-devel. If not, install.
This way you should be able to go through configure.