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How can I get g++ to work in Fedora?


How can I get g++ to work on Fedora Linux? I looked through the dnf command for a way to install g++ but couldn’t find anything.

How do I set it up?

I already have gcc installed.

Asked by saplingPro

Solution #1

The package you’re seeking for is called gcc-c++, which is a bit perplexing.

Answered by Schwern

Solution #2

You must use gcc-c++ instead of g++.

sudo dnf install gcc-c++

Answered by Hola Soy Edu Feliz Navidad

Solution #3

You should exec:

dnf install gcc-c++

Answered by Ruu

Solution #4

The same thing happened to me. At the very least, I was able to solve it with this:

sudo yum install gcc gcc-c++

I hope it also addresses your issue.

Answered by Khaibar

Solution #5

In a terminal emulator, type the following command:

sudo dnf install gcc-c++

That’s all there is to it…

Answered by Subham Debnath

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