Re: installation of libSBML 2.3.4/SBML Toolbox2.0.2
27 Jan '11 16:16
I was unable to find g++ 4.1 (although I had gcc 4.1 and cpp 4.1).
Just to make sure, did I do the symbolic links properly?:
sudo rm /usr/bin/gcc
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/gcc-4.1 /usr/bin/gcc
sudo rm /usr/bin/cpp
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/cpp-4.1 /usr/bin/cpp
Nonetheless, I tried it with just changing the above two symbolic links. I guess it's probably no surprise, but I got the same result as before
What is the best way to get g++ 4.1? In the past, I just use the "Ubuntu Software Center". If that fails, I go to "http://packages.ubuntu.com". This time, it wouldn't let me install gcc-4.1-base (because I had a newer version installed). It wouldn't let me remove the newer version, because it's an "essential part" of my system.
Actually these questions should belong in a Ubuntu forum... Sorry!
Thanks everyone so far for all the help: Sarah, Frank, Torbjoern