I've been trying to get an old version of GCC for my Ubuntu but I can't find any working way to achieve that. I'd like to use the version 4.1.2 of GCC, and I currently got the 4.7.2. How may I ...
In my office we have gcc-4.5.1, with that version my c++ project works fine. If I compile the same project at home with Ubuntu 12.04 with gcc-4.6, I have lot of errors and I couldn't compile at all. ...
I would like to build GCC-4.1.2 in Ubuntu 11.10 32bit (currently works well with GCC-4.6). The "make" stage shows error relating to header files: ... /usr/include/features.h:323:26: error: ...
It may seems simlar to this question: Old version of gcc for new Ubuntu but I can't solve it with the method provided in that thread I get some error like gcc-4.1 : Depends: cpp-4.1 (= ...
The newest Ubuntu (10.10) has gcc version 4.4.4, but I need 4.2.1 for compilation issues. The library that I'm using requires me to use 4.2.1. How can I downgrade the gcc to a specific version?