Isn't this installed though?
# find / -name "g++" -print -xdev
>>> "John P. Looney" <valen at tuatha.org> 08/04/05 7:11 >>>
On Thu, Aug 04, 2005 at 06:20:13PM +0100, Chris Boyd mentioned:
> I've had a nightmare of a time compiling bacula mainly trying to get gcc installed.
> Now I ./configure bacula with all the various options and that goes ok...it finds gcc but then when I go to do a "make install" I get the following error:
g++ is the GNU C++ compiler. You'll need to install that. I thought it
was installed with the C one these days - you may have an old OS, so try
install g++ or gcc-c++.
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