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Originally posted by PaganHippie As aysiu recommended, use Synaptic. It makes sure that any dependencies are fulfilled.
Actually the reason I recommended Synaptic is that it's easier to browse (you can do it by category or by search). Synaptic, after all, is just the graphical version of apt-get. Installing gcc via Synaptic is the same as installing gcc via sudo apt-get install gcc. Both Synaptic and apt-get will resolve dependencies because they're the same function (with two different faces).
theres one program i love for c/c++ and its kdevelop c/c++ but i cant seem to find it for ubuntu is the kdevelop they have in ubuntu the same cause in FC4 its still kdevelop but theres like 7 of them and only one that i saw for ubuntu is there the same thing for ubuntu?
hi, VM Box is an OS virtualisation software. I have installed it as in office I don't have access to move out of windows.
I have Win XP as the host system and Ubuntu as guest OS.
Although the functionality provided by VM Box is good enough, I'm not able to install the G++ compiler.
I've tried installing from the command line but its of no use
Anyone with prior experience in VM box and programming in Ubuntu G++, please get back to me asap.