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compiling source code in ubuntu 11.10

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dinhunzvi
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how do i install gnu compiler collection on ubuntu 11.10? i have tried the commands

sudo apt-get build-essential

and it's saying invalid operation on build-eesential.

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Why not use the Synaptic package manager GUI? Mis-spellings are much less likely...

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it's supposed to be build-essential. my internet is too slow for me to install synaptic package manager using the internet. so is it build-essential or build-essentials?

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Hello,

You were close:
sudo apt-get install build-essential

You
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