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Hi.. just wanted to say i love the site, ive used it pretty much since i began using linux and never had to post a topic because i either foudn the solution myself ot this site had the solution (80% of the time this site had the solution)...im not what youd consider a newbie really (been using linux with no dual boot for about 3 years now, im now 13) so if i miss some information feel free to smack me... the only reason im posting this question is because i failed to find a solution that worked for me on the site and google... so here i go.
Im using Debian (testing) with gcc 3.3.3 and when i go to compile a simple program that determines if youre old or not (dont ask, im learning C++ and its a tutorial on if statements) and i get a few errors.
mikhail@mikhails:~/cpp$ gcc -o ifstatements ifstatements.cpp
gcc: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1plus': No such file or directory
ive used apt-get install gcc but its already installed, ive tried dist-upgrade and just upgrade also, all of which is up to date... ive reinstalled it with no help.. "which gcc" returns /usr/bin/gcc... umm i think thats about all i got.. if you need any more information just ask.
Last edited by thedeath2k4; 04-04-2004 at 01:43 AM.