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I've tried to apt-get install gcc-3.0, but my glibc 2.3.2 configure script detects my gcc version as 2.95. Does apt-get have a feature to get a newer version of gcc?...
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    Upgrading GCC on Debian


    I've tried to apt-get install gcc-3.0, but my glibc 2.3.2 configure script detects my gcc version as 2.95. Does apt-get have a feature to get a newer version of gcc?

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    I think that it's:

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    apt-get update gcc
    It might be upgrade...or might not be either. man apt-get should help if neither of those work, though.
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