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d++ missing

Arnold_R_
Beginner
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I just installed Ubuntu 12.04 and downloaded Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 for Linux.  When I try to install the software, I get an error indicating that the command d++ could not be found.  Do you know how I can address this?

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TimP
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If you mean g++/gcc-c++, you must install the C++ development system from the Ubuntu package install menu. If you are on 64-bit linux, and wish to install Intel ia32 (32-bit) compilers, you must also install 32-bit g++. These requirements should be explained in the installation notes (which you may not see until you have done a partial installation).
Arnold_R_
Beginner
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Thanks. I installed the build-essential package containing the c++ development system by entering the following on the terminal: sudo apt-get install build-essential
JenniferJ
Moderator
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you need to install the g++. google on how to install g++ on ubuntu. Jennifer
Sukruth_H_Intel
Employee
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Hi, On Ubuntu, You can follow these steps:- 1. sudo apt-get update (If in user-mode) 2. sudo apt-get install build-essential --> shoule usually install the gcc & g++ packages also. 3. If not we can explicitly use "sudo apt-get install g++". Regards, Sukruth H V
Arnold_R_
Beginner
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I appreciate the responses from Intel. I issued a followup response on 10/25 indicating that I was successful in installing the build essential package using the command: sudo apt-get install build-essential. This corrected the problem I had in installing the Intel package on Ubuntu so from my perspective, this issue is closed.
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