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After you installed a new system, you need to update package lists by running sudo apt-get update Do it and try to install g++ again.
Finally got it figured out. Thanks @sinclair Resolved the network issues with changing my wireless network to another one and then ran sudo apt-get install aptitude then sudo aptitude install build-essentials which initially failed but thru the built in troubleshoot it gave me the option of downgrading and that fixed everything. Now I have the g++ I need.
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