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Old 06-01-2005, 05:00 PM   #1
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Having difficulty installing GCC / g++

I'm using Ubuntu 4.10. Apparently, in order to make room for the OpenOffice Suite on the first disc, many development and libraries were not included.

I was able to setup cpp-3.3, gcc-3.3-base, and gcc-3.3.

But, when I tried to run ./configure for Avida, it said "no" when checking for GCC.

What else do I need in order to have GCC working?

What about g++, as well?

When I try to sudo dpkg -i g++3.3, it depends on and says "libstdc++5-3.3-dev" is not configured yet.

When I try to sudo dpkg -i libstdc++, it depends on and says g++3.3 is not configured yet.
Old 06-02-2005, 09:35 AM   #2
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my first thought is to install really old versions of them and upgrade your way up. does your computer have rpm support?
try a yum upgrade g++ if it does...


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