Originally Posted by kjjohny1991
That link does not have one
Yes, it does. You did not read the page.
At the very top, it says:
* lenny (oldstable) (devel): The GNU C compiler
4:4.3.2-2: amd64 arm armel hppa i386 ia64 mips mipsel powerpc s390 sparc
* squeeze (stable) (devel): The GNU C compiler
4:4.4.5-1: amd64 armel i386 ia64 kfreebsd-amd64 kfreebsd-i386 mips mipsel powerpc s390 sparc
* wheezy (testing) (devel): GNU C compiler
4:4.6.1-3: amd64 armel i386 ia64 kfreebsd-amd64 kfreebsd-i386 mips mipsel powerpc s390 sparc
* sid (unstable) (devel): GNU C compiler
4:4.6.2-2: alpha amd64 armel armhf hurd-i386 i386 ia64 kfreebsd-amd64 kfreebsd-i386 m68k mips mipsel powerpc s390 s390x sh4 sparc sparc64
As I said earlier, you need to select the package that matches your version of Debian. You have not said what distribution you are running nor have you said what version of that distribution you are using. So you need to figure that out. The most recent stable version of Debian is named "squeeze." If you are running the most recent stable version, then you would click on the link for "squeeze." And again, if you are using a distribution other than Debian (for example: Ubuntu or Mint) then these packages may not work for you.
If you had clicked on any of those links above, you would have seen a follow-up webpage. At the bottom of that follow-up webpage is a number of download links for architecture-specific deb packages (for example: amd64, i386, ia64, etc.).
Also, after clicking the "squeeze" link (or whichever link is appropriate for your distribution), you see a color-coded list of packages that are required
, and suggested
. You must download and install all packages that are indicated as required
According to that page, you must have cpp
installed. You need to download those in addition to the plain "gcc" package. You will also need to download any required packages for cpp and gcc-4.4, and any required packages for those, and so on.
If you do not want to go hunt for all these packages, then (as I mentioned before) look at your install discs to see if it contains the packages for gcc. If you do not have your install discs anymore, then you can re-download it, burn a new disc, and try to get the packages from there.