Hi everyone,
I am new to the world of Linux and I am having a few problems getting it configured the way I like it. I want to be able to remotely ssh into this computer from any computer. I also find it imperative to install g++ and a make onto it. I am having difficulty installing all of these because it seems everything is a prerequisite for the other thing. Is there a good tutorial on how to accomplish this or can someone explain to me what I am doing wrong? Thank you for any help in advance.
Nick

sudo apt-get install build-essential


it will install G++

Also there is a ubuntu 5.4 (outdated wiki) i dont suggest you use it


use the 5.10 un official wiki (just google it)

if you need help with ubuntu contact me on aim NJZILLEST101

also i have to ask you a few questions about college and computer science

sudo apt-get install build-essential


it will install G++

Also there is a ubuntu 5.4 (outdated wiki) i dont suggest you use it


use the 5.10 un official wiki (just google it)

if you need help with ubuntu contact me on aim NJZILLEST101

also i have to ask you a few questions about college and computer science

Thank you! I got it to work that way. I also discovered the synaptic package manager which makes it even easier. Thank you for your help.

Feel free to ask me some college and comp sci questions.

Nick

sudo apt-get install build-essential


it will install G++

Also there is a ubuntu 5.4 (outdated wiki) i dont suggest you use it


use the 5.10 un official wiki (just google it)

if you need help with ubuntu contact me on aim NJZILLEST101

also i have to ask you a few questions about college and computer science

Hello everyone! I am new to linux and having hard time installing an application software.
The installer is requiring a libstdc++.so.5 (library).
My Ubuntu package installed a libstdc++6 libstdc++6-4.3-dev patch
The program that I am trying install could have been created using an so.5 library. How can I change my current lib to so.5 or is it impossible?
Thank you very much.

jitler17

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1-open Ubuntu
2-insert cd linux Ubuntu
3-open terminal (Application then chose Accessories then Terminal )
4-write those commands follows
-sudo apt-cdrom add
-sudo apt-get update
-sudo apt-get install build-essentil
note: be sure in written commonds
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hello how r u all?
i have a problem in installing g++ on ubuntu 9.04
when ever i tried to install it it get downloaded to 94% then it stop downloading and in terminal it desplaied a message that unable to download specficic pakages!!! what does it means>>>>plz help me anyone

do

[B]sudo apt-get clean[/B]
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install [B]build-essential[/B]