g++ where is it?--newbee

From: ilaboo (plener_at_earthlink.net)
Date: 01/18/04

Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2004 16:16:58 GMT

new to rh 8 --newbee done some homework on linux
i understand that i need the c++ compiler on my system to make/build
programs is this true and where can i find it on my disk i have tried
fined / -name g++
to no avail

if it is not on my system what is eassies way to install it


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