On 8/5/05, Chris Boyd <Chris.Boyd at usit.ie> wrote:
> Isn't this installed though?
>> # find / -name "g++" -print -xdev
better to just type g++ at the command line and see if it works.
Or for more info type "which g++", this will show you which g++ (if
any) gets executed (there may be more than one g++ executable in the
Just because there's a file (even an executable) called g++ somewhere
in the filesystem doesn't mean that it's included in the path and
ready to run. Also, that location looks unusual to me, but I'm not so
familiar with SLES 9.
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