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How should I correctly install clang's c++ library (with STL) on my lubuntu machine? I want to use clang and its c++ library because it offers better support for the upcoming c++14 standard.
When trying to install libc++:
sudo apt-get install libc++
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I am running lubuntu 14.04 on a Samsung Series 9 Ultrabook. I don't understand the conflicts, especially the ones related to CUDA, which is supposed to be only for systems with an NVidia GPU.
Please let me know what other information I need to provide.
After some trying around, I installed the libc++-dev package:
sudo apt-get install libc++-dev
This installed the header files which clang now finds and uses. This doesn't answer the original question of why apt-get attempted to install libc++ which apparently doesn't exist and why it got into conflicts (whith CUDA of all things!).