|I am playing around with re-learning C/C++ on a SunOS server. I'm not an admin on the box.|
My program, hello.c is very simple.
// test program
cout << "hello world\n";
When I compile and link with g++ hello.c -o hello, I get this warning about my file containing a deprecated header. Assuming that is not a problem.
when I run my program
I get the following error message:
ld.so.1: hello: fatal: libstdc++.so.6: open failed: No such file or directory
Is this some issue with my path environment? I did not install the g++ compiler, I'm not the admin of the box, just feeling my way around.