I think the "gcc-c++-3.3.2-6mdk" may be what you need, but the authoritive source is your 'Changes' document included with your kernel source code. Go to the source directory, then to the 'Documentation' directory, and you should see it. Usually, you can do this in the command line with:
cat /usr/src/linux-versionnumber/Documentation/Changes | less
This will give you not only the required versions, but ways to test if they're installed. It's a good idea to do so, even during what might be minimal upgrades.
Edit: You might need an older version, which may seem odd, but not if you consider that it would be painful if everyone had to upgrade their system to the newest software everytime Linus decided to.
Last edited by scott_R; 06-05-2004 at 01:11 AM.