Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 960
can't find C++ header files
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:49 EDT
gcc seems to have been installed when I installed Linux (I
installed a server.) However I cannot find the C++ header
files (e.g. iostream.h). I tried to install gcc-220.127.116.11-
14.src.rpm, and it seemed to install correctly, but this
did not help. I ran rpm -qip gcc... and the information
said gcc-2.... was not installed. I tried to uninstall gcc-
2... but rpm said it wasn't installed.
What can I do to enable C++ compiler support?
Install egcs-* rpm's. gcc is distributed in order to build 2.0.x
kernels correctly. Use EGCS for cc/c++/f77 compilations.