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After reading the following email from Linus Torvalds the creator of linux. I can't help thinking the answer above is incorrect. He seems to think that C++ programmers are not good systems programmers. And that the extra features in C++ often cause more problems in the long term compared to the benefits they bring in the short term. While one may disagree ...


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Hm, I'm too new to comment on Reed's answer. It worked well for me. Only thing I wanted to note (maybe this is something for Reed?) is that I had to install with a slightly different command line: yum --enablerepo=testing-devtools-5 install devtoolset-1.0 (Reed's answer had --enablerepo=testing-devtools-6, which didn't work.)


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I needed GCC 5+ installed on debian jessie and, as is available for debian testing (at least on jun-16) you can use apt-pinning to install packages available there (see https://wiki.debian.org/AptPreferences). To install GCC 5+ from testing on debian jessie using apt-pinning: Add debian testing repo to your apt sources by creating a file on /etc/apt/...



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