It used to be : apt-get install g77 .
But in the latest three releases the g77 / gcc-3.4
packages are omitted.
The packages from Ubuntu 'Hardy-updates'
can be installed and work perfectly.
i386 : http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/...untu6_i386.deb
> > g77_3.4.6-31ubuntu6_i386.deb
g77-3.4, gcc-3.4, gcc-3.4-base, libg2c0-dev, libg2c0
Download the six packages, move them to a new empty
folder and install the packages with the command :
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
You can have as many compilers installed at the same
time, as you want, as long as you use the ones build
Do not expect gcc-3.2 to compile on a modern system.