The GNU Compiler Collection is the standard compiler system used on many Unix-like operating systems, including Linux. Originally meant for compiling C programs, it can now also handle C++, Java and several other languages.

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bfd.h should include libiberty/ansidecl.h in Ubuntu 14.04?

binutils package seems to be changed, as include directory of libiberty.h has moved to /usr/include/libiberty, thus there is possible a wrong include in bfd.h regarding ansidecl.h. Getting those ...
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Compiling and linking of a C program

I am learning about compiler linker and loader and was trying to understand the working of linker and loader on my ubuntu 12.04 machine I wrote 2 simple ".c" files as follows test.c ...
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Cross compile for ARM using gcc-multilibs

There are various questions available in AskUbuntu related to Cross compiling. They were not of much help to me. I used to work on gcc-4.5/4.6 for ARM. It was available in Ubuntu repo under the name ...
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How to compile Saurik's ldid on Ubuntu?

I am trying to install Theos on my Ubuntu and I am stuck on step which is supposed to install ldid: git clone git://git.saurik.com/ldid.git cd ldid git submodule update --init ./make.sh When I ...
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unable to compile program using -m32 and gcc

I have installed multi2sim on my 64-bit Ubuntu machine. Both gcc 4.8 and 4.8.1 is installed in my system. Even after setting and exporting the LD_LIBRARY_PATH AND LD_INCLUDE_PATH, and installing the ...
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Problems installing gcc for cross compiling for ARM

I've been trying to install the gcc-arm-linux-fnueabi package, and I've done it a few times by a few different methods but I always seem to be missing the c++ folder in the includes directory. To ...
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Binary package for gcc 4.8.2 on Ubuntu 12.04?

Following this answer, I have installed gcc 4.8.1 on Ubuntu 12.04 a couple of months ago. Unfortunately, I encounter bugs very frequently, varying from failing to compile valid programs to crashing. ...
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Problem when compiling GCC in Ubuntu

I have run into the well known problem when installing GCC: configure:3605: error: in /usr/local/gcc-4.8.1/i686-pc-linux-gnu/libgcc': configure:3608: error: cannot compute suffix of object files: ...
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Changing default GCC Compiler in 12.04

I just downgraded from 13.04, which seems to have some stability problems right now, and moved back to 12.04.LTS. I installed the GCC 4.8 compiler, which is not the default GCC compiler on 12.04. I ...
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gcc does no come up with new upgraded Kernel

After I figuerd out my ubuntu 12.10 amd64 with 3.5.X Kernel does not fill some queuing, and they've fixed that in kernel 3.8.x, I upgraded the kernel of my Ubuntu to v3.10-saucy with installing deb ...
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gcc 4.3 not in repository anymore?

matlab has been so nice not to update its supported compilers. The latest version supported that supports the so-called mex-files is gcc-4.3.4. Now, this version also seems to be deleted from the ...
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Raspberry Pi C++11 std::thread: pure virtual method called

Ubuntu 14.04. I've installed gcc-arm-linux-gnueabihf, g++-arm-linux-gnueabihf (tried 4.8 and 4.9 from utopic). Code that uses std::thread: #include <iostream> #include <chrono> #include ...
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Help with cross-compiling for ARM

I have recently been trying to cross-compile programs for ARM. However, when I run make, I always get an error within a minute or less that says something like ...
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Use package without declaring its version

I have installed g++ from here. When I want to compile a program, I have to use g++-4.9 myle.cpp. How can I set it to use without declaring its version g++ myle.cpp?
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Undefined references to `_gfortran_runtime_error_at'

I use a model is written Fortran90 under Ubuntu 14.04. The gfortran 95 compiler (gfortran 4:4.8.2-1ubuntu6) and the gcc 4:4.8.2-1ubuntu6 is installed by Ubuntu Software Center. The installed gcc has ...
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more than one version of gcc installed

When I enter clang++ -v it outputs Ubuntu clang version 3.5.0-4ubuntu1~xedgers14.04.1 (tags/RELEASE_350/final) (based on LLVM 3.5.0) [...] Found candidate GCC installation: ...
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U-boot build fails - cannot find lgcc / libgcc.a

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bit and trying to create a Linux Image for the SAMA5D36-EK. In doing so I need the mkimage command. According to website www.at91.com/linux4sam/bin/view/LinuxSAM/U-Boot ...
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OsmocomBB - compile error

I tried to install OsmocomBB on my Ubuntu, I've got gnu-arm-toolchain, but when I'm compiling there is an error: configure: error: in `/home/robert/OsmocomBB/osmocom-bb/src/shared/libosmocore/build- ...
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How to install old version of gcc on Ubuntu 14.04

I need to install gcc 3.0 on Ubuntu 14.04. I tried to compile sources but it throws error. Is possible to install gcc 3.0 from repository? How to do that? This does not work for me. apt-get update ...
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Why can I compile against libclang-3.5.so and not against libclang.so?

I am trying to compile a C source file, that needs to be linked against a dynamic library I installed through apt-get (libclang.so). apt-get installed the clang shared libraries in ...
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Modify Ubuntu toolchain

In version 11.10 the flag "--as-needed" became default in the Ubuntu toolchain. Due to many problems I have with undefined symbols at runtime I don't want to change all the makefiles anymore. I want ...
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How do I set gcc 4.8 to be the default gcc?

I'm trying to update to gcc 4.8.2. I have Ubuntu 12.04. after this if I type gcc -v it says gcc version 4.6.3 (Ubuntu/Linaro 4.6.3-1ubuntu5) Next I typed sudo add-apt-repository ...
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GDB not showing C code when gcc -g option is used

I have a file called hello_world.c. I use the command gcc -g -Wall hello_world.c Then gdb ./a.out I set a breakpoint at line 27 And run, it tells me this: warning: no loadable sections found in ...
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How do I set the F77 environment variable to gfortran?

I'm new Ubuntu (and linux) user. In order to do my senior project, I have to install psrchive I use this command to install psrchive ./psrsoft/bin/psrsoft psrchive --no-cfitsio This is part of ...
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Compiled packages and apt-get mess

Due to my work I have to use the last version of gdb (7.7) which is not provide in the ubuntu repositories. For that purpose I download the source code, compiled it and installed it successfully. My ...
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gcc couldn't locate slab.h in ubuntu 12.04?

Please correct me if I'm missing something here. Thanks for your inputs. Header included in code: #include <linux/slab.h> Code snippet from my file that's asking for memory allocation using ...
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gcc problem -> stdio.h not found

I have to compile one programme. theoretically i need just to change the two path... can you help me? Makefile # Original #CC=arm-1136jf_s_r1_vfp_hard_float-linux-gnueabi-gcc #CFLAGS= -O3 ...
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gcc-4.8 Header files

I am having some trouble using the header files provided by gcc-4.8 since updating to Ubuntu 13.10. When I compile with the Intel compiler icc, it complains about not being able to find the header ...
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gcc without g++?

I run Ubuntu 13.04 (x86_64 if it matters) which I recently installed. Before, when using 12.10, I had both gcc and g++ from the beginning. However, with 13.04 after I downloaded gcc-4.8.1 sources I ...
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Problem with compiling fft using gcc

I have downloaded the source codes of Splash2 from here and i tried to compile fft.c using gcc command on my own machine but i got this error : fft.c:62:28: fatal error: parmacs_config.h: No such ...
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Ramifications of uninstalling GCC 4.7 in leu of GCC 4.6 in Quantal?

I currently have both the gcc-4.6 and gcc-4.7 packages installed in Quantal. I do a lot of software development but haven't had a need for any features that are specific to GCC 4.7. Therefore, in ...
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How do I install GCC 4.7.1 on 12.04?

It so happens that I hit a bug in Ubuntu's GCC 4.7.0, which has been fixed in later versions of GCC; I believe it's already fixed in 4.7.1. I can always download the source, compile and install it, ...
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How do I install/compile CORSIKA & FLUKA for 32-bit Ubuntu 12.04?

I want to use some programs (CORSIKA and FLUKA) which are essentially designed for 32 bit systems. I've installed the 32-bit version of 12.04 on my system (Intel® Core™ i7-2700K CPU @ 3.50GHz × 8). ...
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Conflicts jsoncpp and json

when i try to compile my code then its not compile and gives me following error so any one has solution for that. ketul@ketul-VirtualBox:~/bksrc$ make gcc SearchZipCode.c -o SearchZipCode -I ...
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configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables Ubuntu 14.04

I am getting configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables error while installing harminv program for meep simulations on Ubuntu 14.4 . Kindly guide me how can i remove the error. config log ...
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Compiling on ubuntu from raspberry pi

Could somebody help me out on getting the compiler that a raspberry pi uses on ubuntu? I am using NOOBS on the raspberry pi, but when I transferred a program over on ubuntu, I get a seg fault (core ...
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How to disable -Werror=format-security in mpicc?

folks! I want to install parallel version of AMBER (a molecular dynamics program) on my Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. However, the "-Werror=format-security" option of CFLAGS always interupts the installation. My ...
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mex: Command not found

I am trying to use mex to call C-function from Matlab. However, I get the following error: make: mex: Command not found Could someone please let me know how to fix it?
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gcc command and g++ command does not work

What should I do if my gcc command and g++ command does not work? I have installed opencv from github.com but when I write the code in nano compiler and try to run the same using g++ command,I get ...
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cross-compiling with clang using mingw

I was trying to compile under linux for windows. I have installed binutils multilib for linux and w64-mingw. If I compile with x86_64-w64-mingw-gcc everything work, but if I use clang with -target ...
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How to run new added binaries using makefile

I have added some pre-compiled tools for developing ARM into the /home/charlie/bin/ARM directory. When I modify the path by PATH=/home/charlie/bin/ARM:"$PATH" I can execute arm-none-eabi-gcc in the ...
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ubuntu 10.04 vm corrupted, tries to run 32-bit which ltib can't access path

All, I am running a 64bit version of Ubuntu 10.04lts doing software/kernel work for the imx6 processor. Yesterday, something I did caused ltib not to find the cross-compiler on the path, even though ...
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Just installed mysql c++ connector, 'undefine reference to 'get_driver_instance'

This is frustrating I've followed everything from the official mysql connector c++ website. I downloaded the binaries for 64 bit, opened it with archiver. It extracted into a folder 'usr' and had an ...
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How to add libxml2 to a Makefile?

While compiling a C++ tool called BioC I encountered a problem with the libxml header. In my attempt to solve it I downloaded libxml2-2.9.2 and compiled it in '/usr/local/lib/'. Then I studied the ...
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makefile: how to perform “ranlib” operation correctly

I downloaded a third party lib( Library link) which installs and compiles properly. It creates multiple object file (*.o), rather than creating executable, it's using gnu libtool to do some scripting. ...
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I am trying to compile WRF, while checking System Environment Tests am getting error as shown below

I have Created a new, clean directory called Build_WRF, and another one called TESTS (placed Fortran and C Tests Tar File inside TESTS). SUCESSFULLY completed 3 TEST. In the 4th TEST -- Fortran ...
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Switching from GCC to Clang to compile with OpenCV

I have been compiling code that uses OpenCV by using a CMake project with the following flags in GCC: -Wall -Werror -std=c++14 And it compiled every time. No problems anywhere. When I switch to ...
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NVIDIA driver installation failed due to gcc version

I am trying to install the latest NVIDIA driver in Ubuntu 12.04 using the downloaded .run file but the installation failed. Below is the suspected point of failure. -> Performing CC sanity check ...
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reinstall libgcc1 to get gcc 4.9

I want to go from gcc 4.8 to 4.9. I had already some 4.9 stuff flying around (gcc-4.9-base, lib32gcc1 and libgcc1(. My (bad) plan was to uninstall them and then get them again with gcc 4.9. ...
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g++ and gcc do not work in ubuntu 14.04

After last sudo atp-get upgrade my gcc and g++ don't work and I'm trying to install g++ in my ubuntu 14.04 and I have this error: g++: gcc: What is the problem? sudo apt-get install -f