scorp123 wrote:Did you try to compile something and did you encounter a specific error?
On my Ubuntu 6.10 system, the command g++ works.
On my Mint 2.1 system, the command gives the following error:
bash: g++: command not found
There is no file or symlink named g++ on my Mint system.
Existing files in /usr/bin: gcc, gcc-4.1, g++-4.1 (no g++)
I have not messed around with symlinks or deleted any files on either system (as far as I know). The Mint 2.1 is a fresh installation. I moved some working development projects from Ubuntu to Mint and ran into this problem.