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Whenever I attempt to compile a C++ program in Eclipse, I get an error "Launch failed no binaries". Upon creating a C++ project, the terminal output reads: esrever@esrever-laptop:~$ /opt/eclipse/eclipse Unable ...
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    Eclipse in Ubuntu 7.10: Binaries


    Whenever I attempt to compile a C++ program in Eclipse, I get an error "Launch failed no binaries". Upon creating a C++ project, the terminal output reads:

    esrever@esrever-laptop:~$ /opt/eclipse/eclipse
    Unable to find full path for "g++"
    Unable to find full path for "g++"
    Unable to find full path for "g++"
    Unable to find full path for "g++"
    Unable to find full path for "g++"
    Unable to find full path for "g++"

    Are these the same problem, or two seperate problems, and what should I do to fix it? Did I install it wrong?

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    I've never actually used Eclipse for C++ (only Java), but you might make sure you have all the proper development packages installed by running this command:

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    sudo apt-get install build-essential
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    That took care of the g++ problem, but I still get "Launch failed no binaries" whenever I try to compile.

    So, that took care of 1/2 of the issue, thanks for the help so far

    Any ideas for the second problem?

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