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  1. Vasileios Antonenas1 March 2017 at 15:40

    Thank you! Greetings from Greece!

  2. Dhananjay Kumar Thakur1 March 2017 at 15:40

    Can you tell how to install specific gcc and g++ version..I wanted to install gcc and g++ of linario 4.6.3....How can I do it?

  3. its your pc login password..

  4. you should go back to windows :)

  5. +Blueliquid Be gentile buddy :D

  6. +0xMoonstar i dont understand why i said that :D aşldnasşnda

  7. +i.c AK I meant blueliquid bashing on a gringo in linux...

  8. ProMobile Gamer1 March 2017 at 15:40

    when I write(sudo apt-get intstall gcc) it ask for sudo password

  9. Jean Carlos andrade de carli1 March 2017 at 15:40

    Thank you so much brother. Really helpful!

  10. Mohammed Muqtadir Mujtaba1 March 2017 at 15:40

    thanks.. :)

  11. +Himanshi Bisht : Maar padegi bhut Bishtu !!!

  12. Hello , I have gcc 4.6.3 installed on my ubuntu. How can i remove it and reinstall 4.8 . Actually I asked my friend to install the 4.6.3 version as I am totally new to Linux but now want to do it by myself. So can you guide how to remove older version and install the new one.

  13. doesnt work on tiny core linux

  14. DeejayGeeSanchez1 March 2017 at 15:40

    Thanks your videos always help me


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