This is what I get when I run sudo apt-get install g++:
libgtksourceview-3.0-0 is already the newest version.
libgconf-2-4 is already the newest version.
ibus-gtk is already the newest version.
libqtgui4 is already the newest version.
libgssapi-krb5-2 is already the newest version.
ubuntu-extras-keyring is already the newest version.
libpam0g is already the newest version.
I've had this question for years. How are you supposed to get the newest version of an application once the repository stops being updated? For instance on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx the newest version of VLC I can get from the repository is 1.0.6 from 2010. Am I supposed to update the whole OS or compile VLC from source? Are those my only two options?
I have some question.
This would be my first time with Ubuntu,I bought some cheap notebook Asus K50C-SX002. Can I use newest Ubuntu on that notebook without any problems? Maybe my notebook is too weak for that newest release of Ubuntu? Can you help me?
Wanting to try this one but can't quite figure put where the newest for our gs3 is.I've been on a few sites but can't figure out of its for our gs3 or the international one. dosnt really say. I appreciate being saved again.
From another former Arch user... welcome to #!It is so nice. I enjoyed Arch as well, but Debian/#! is so stable without breakages.May not get newest packages in repos, but usually no big deal. If want newest, can compile.
I'd like to have mutt sort messages newest first, and have threads displayed with the newest message at the top of the thread. Right now I have the message list in the correct order, but the sub-sorting within threads is backwards (newest at bottom of thread).