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    installing g++ and gcc without apt-get

    Do you guys know how to install the old version of gcc, binutils without "apt-get install build-essential" in Ubuntu ?

    I need to do it to install NachOS.

    Thanks.

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    Re: installing g++ and gcc without apt-get

    Hi
    Go to gcc.gnu.org you can get all the things you wanted on this site.
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    Re: installing g++ and gcc without apt-get

    Quote Originally Posted by soonikers View Post
    Do you guys know how to install the old version of gcc, binutils without "apt-get install build-essential" in Ubuntu ?

    I need to do it to install NachOS.

    Thanks.
    If you have a LiveCD, you can install build-essential from there. Check Software Sources to be sure CD-ROM is listed as a source.

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