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    I have a FC4 machine of i386 architecture.

    when i am trying to run any simple program like

    using namespace std;
    int main()
    cout<<"Hello World";
    return 0;
    This code compiles well.
    it gives me error saying required not found/exist. I have just now installed libstdc++4.0.2.fc4.rpm but it still persists. I think it is some runtime library linking issue.
    Ihad also run /sbin/ldconfig.
    A few days back it was working perfectly. After that to have some space i uninstalle some applications, one of them was ecclipse. Only in ecclipse i removed c++ development environment. Do this have sth to do with such behaviour.How i can restore it back.
    i am looking for help in this regard.

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    gcc -v
    on the command line. If the compiler that comes up is gcc-3.3.x, upgrade at least to 3.4.x. Or install libstdc++3.x.
    Basically, gcc-3.3 needs libstdc++3, which is gcc-3.4 and above use libstdc++4, which is Yes, it's confusing.
    All the buzzt!

    "There is not now, nor has there ever been, nor will there ever be, any programming language in which it is the least bit difficult to write bad code."
    - Flon's Law

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