I run Ubuntu 13.04 (
x86_64 if it matters) which I recently installed. Before, when using 12.10, I had both
g++ from the beginning. However, with 13.04 after I downloaded
gcc-4.8.1 sources I found out I was not able to build it due to lack of a C++ compiler. I tried
g++ in console and it said the program was not installed.
gcc -v shows
c++ among other languages in
So, the question basically is: how come
gcc package does not contain the C++ compiler (
g++)? I know (well, at least I guess) I can install it by running
sudo apt-get intall g++
but I wonder if I can somehow make my pre-installed
gcc package work. Maybe linking
g++ or something? I am pretty sure with Ubuntu 12.10 I had
g++ from the beginning.